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Many graduates from the Levine Children’s Hospital at Atrium Health's Carolinas Medical Center (CMC) residency program continue their education by pursuing fellowships in the pediatric subspecialties. We encourage and support interested residents to pursue additional training. The only pediatric fellows at CMC are in the Emergency Department. The absence of fellows creates opportunities for residents to work directly with our outstanding faculty. This close working relationship, along with the volume, variety and acuity in our patient population, creates an optimal training environment and prepares our residents to succeed in the fellowships they choose. Our fellowship elective is a two-week career-focused course affording residents schedule flexibility during the interview season while they work toward fellowship–oriented scholarly works. Ask us more about it on your interview day!

Residents from the classes of 2008 – 2022 went to the following hospitals for fellowship training.

Adolescent Medicine State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

Allergy and Immunology

Medical College of Georgia
Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Vanderbilt University
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Cardiology

Medical University of South Carolina
St. Louis University
Vanderbilt University
Emory University
Primary Children's Hospital

Child Abuse

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Critical Care

Phoenix Children's Hospital
University of Washington
Vanderbilt University
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baylor University
Los Angeles Children's
Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital

Emergency Medicine

Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital
Baylor University
Nationwide Children's Hospital
University of Alabama
Vanderbilt University
Atrium Health, Carolinas Medical Center

Endocrinology

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Gastroenterology

Baylor University
Children's Mercy Hospital
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Emory University

Hematology/Oncology

University of Texas Southwestern
Vanderbilt University
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
University of Alabama

Infectious Disease

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Vanderbilt University

Neonatology

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Medical University of South Carolina
University of Oklahoma
Wake Forest University
University of Mississippi

Neonatology Outreach

Duke University

Nephrology

Cincinnati Children's Hospital
UCLA

Neurology

Tufts University

Primary Care Research University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Psychiatry Medical College of Georgia
Rheumatology Baylor University
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