Fellows will learn foundational skills and training in key specialties throughout CPMC Transplant Hepatology Fellowship.
How to Apply
Learn how to apply to the CPMC Transplant Hepatology Fellowship.
The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at California Pacific Medical Center is an intensive one-year clinical training program in the management of liver disease and transplant medicine. Since ACGME accreditation in 2008 we have offered high-quality training to fellows pursuing in a career in liver transplantation.
The objective of the fellowship is to provide outstanding clinical and research training that will prepare graduates to become independent hepatology consultants, qualify for UNOS certification as a transplant hepatologist and meet criteria for the ABIM Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in transplant hepatology.
We have one fellow in our fellowship.
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