Emergency Medicine Fellowships

Updated May 2021

The following is a list of fellowships currently approved by the Board of Certification in Emergency Medicine. Completion of one of these fellowship programs satisfies part of the eligibility requirements to become board certified in Emergency Medicine by the Board of Certification in Emergency Medicine (BCEM). For the complete list of requirements, click here.

Institutional leaders who are interested in receiving AAEP recognition for their Emergency Medicine fellowship(s) can contact info@abspsus.org.

Alabama

Arkansas

Indiana

Maine

Mississippi

Tennessee

Texas

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Other Programs

  • Decatur Morgan Hospital, Decatur, Alabama – This part of the Cullman Regional Medical Center program closed in 2020, but graduates of the merged program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.

Non-Active Programs

  • Shelby Baptist Medical Center, Alabaster, Alabama – This program closed in July 2021, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
  • Princeton Baptist Medical Center, Birmingham, Alabama – This program closed in July 2021, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
  • St. Francis Medical Center, Monroe, Louisiana – This program closed in May 2021, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
  • Methodist Hospital, Henderson, Kentucky – This program closed in January 2020, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
  • North State Emergency Medicine Fellowship, Mercy Medical Center, Redding, California – This program closed in September 2019, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
  • Methodist North Memphis Health System -This program closed in 2018, but graduates of this program remain eligible under the Graduate Training Program option.
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BCEM certification through ABPS has provided me with many opportunities. It has helped me demonstrate that I have special experience and expertise in Emergency Medicine beyond that obtained through my family medicine training. BCEM certification firmly established me as an emergency medicine specialist once I started working in emergency medicine full time. ABPS has also helped me network with other family physicians with a passion for improving rural and underserved emergency medicine practice.

Alex Beuning, MD, FAAEP
Emergency Medicine
Board certification through the American Board of Physician Specialties has served to substantiate my interest and additional training in several fields of medicine including Internal Medicine, Disaster Medicine, and Administrative Medicine. As a result, I have been able to serve my community in clinical, disaster response, and administrative medicine roles. Through the ABPS, I have become recognized as a leader in my various fields of interest.

Spencer Price MD, MPH, MBA
Internal Medicine, Disaster Medicine, Administrative Medicine
Personal challenge and motivation compelled me to pass my ABPS board exam. Measurement and confirmation of my own knowledge base reinforced my self-confidence. The ABPS, with its history of inclusivity, has allowed me to have a voice in the organization, while permitting me to impact overall national patient safety and care through certification. Participation in exam development afforded me the opportunity to witness the rigorousness of the exam process and psychometrically sound product, while developing meaningful collegiality, professional life enrichment, and warding off burn out.

Elizabeth Maxwell-Schmidt MD, FAAEP, FACEP
Emergency Medicine