Creighton University School of Medicine offers 12 fellowship programs, including newly added fellowships in gastroenterology and family medicine obstetrics. Each of our fellowship programs is guided by faculty who are experts in their specializations and compassionate practitioners.
After completing your residency, you can continue your journey as a Creighton fellow and pursue specialized medical training. You’ll have opportunities to mentor medical students, conduct research and gain specialized clinical experience.
- Cardiology: Receive comprehensive training in all major aspects of clinical cardiology, as well as basic and clinical cardiovascular research.
- Critical Care Medicine: Prepare for a successful career through a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to critical care medicine.
- Interventional Cardiology: Obtain clinical competence in coronary intervention.
- Colon Rectal Surgery: Participate in a large variety of cases involving routine and complex problems and utilizing the latest technology.
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry/Post-Pediatrics Portal Project: Expand your pediatrics training to include competencies in psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry.
- Endocrinology: Gain advanced training and clinical experience in ambulatory and inpatient settings.
- Family Medicine – Obstetrics: Help meet the need for family medicine practitioners trained in obstetrics in areas where access to providers may be limited.
- Gastroenterology: Gain experience treating a wide variety of GI conditions.
- Global Surgery Fellowship: Meet the surgical health care needs of people in low-income countries through this new program.
- Methodist-Creighton Head and Neck Oncologic Reconstructive Fellowship: Gain comprehensive clinical experience in multidisciplinary care of head and neck center patients.
- Infectious Diseases: Participate in the acute management of patients with infectious diseases.
Pulmonary and Critical Care: Provide outstanding care for patients with pulmonary diseases and patients in the intensive care unit.
How to Apply
Creighton University School of Medicine participates in ERAS – the Electronic Residency Application Service – from the Association of American Medical Colleges. Please visit the ERAS website for additional information.
If you are an international applicant, you must hold U.S. citizenship, permanent residency, valid EAD or J-1Visa (Exchange Visitor Sponsorship Program). As of 2012, Creighton University does not sponsor H-1B Visas for graduate medical education programs.