Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program
Temple University Hospital’s one-year ACGME-accredited Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program provides a strong clinical experience and opportunities to participate in clinical research projects. Fellows acquire detailed knowledge of the sleep and respiratory control center, as well as the physiology and neurobiology underlying sleep and wakefulness. Program graduates leave Temple well-trained in the diagnosis and management of sleep-wake disorders and confident in their ability to practice in the environment of their choice.
Notable aspects of Temple’s Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program include:
- Six sleep faculty members who are enthusiastic educators and well-respected clinicians
- Four fellowship positions a year, one of the nation’s largest
- A high-volume program that performs nearly 3,000 sleep studies a year
- Exposure to a diverse and complex patient population, including patients awaiting bariatric surgery, and heart failure patients with central and complex sleep-disordered breathing
- Exposure to pediatric patients via rotations at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
- Use of the latest technology, including home sleep studies
- Frequent didactic sessions, journal club and board reviews
- A modern model of healthcare delivery with a centralized clinical environment, Epic electronic medical record, and a team-based approach to care
For more information about Temple’s Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program, contact Charlene Elgin: Charlene.Elgin@tuhs.temple.edu.