Fellowships

Pulmonary medicine fellowship program

CHoR is dedicated to improving the lives of children with respiratory disorders and their families

The mission of the fellowship program is to prepare specialists with medical knowledge; clinical skills and judgment; self-assessment; proficiency in communication, professional attitudes and behavior; competence performing medical procedures; research skills; teaching proficiency; humanistic qualities; and a commitment to scholarship.

During the first year, comprehensive patient care is established through intensive hands-on patient-focused training. In addition, fellows supervise and teach pediatric residents and medical students in the care of hospitalized pediatric pulmonary patients. The fellows are assigned as the primary physician of a number of newly diagnosed patients whom they continue to follow throughout the three years of fellowship. The second and third years of the fellowship are dedicated to providing the fellow with a meaningful research experience with the perspective of publication, independent grant support and recognition. Continuity clinics and on-call schedule continue throughout the fellowship.

Program opportunities

Evaluations

Evaluations are performed for each rotation and on a semi-annual basis by the program director, with input from supervising faculty (Clinical Competency Committee) and various fellowship committees (Scholarship Oversight Committee).

How to Apply 

The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine’s fellowship program is actively recruiting for a fellow to start July 2021.  Fellows completing the program will be eligible for certification. We accept applications through the ERAS system until September 1, 2020, for a July 8, 2021 start date. (All documents must be submitted through ERAS.)  

If you would like to join this dynamic training program as a fellow in pediatric pulmonary medicine, we encourage you to apply! This fellowship program participates in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) and the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

Application to the fellowship program is highly competitive. Persons who wish to apply should be board-eligible or board-certified in pediatrics.

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Contact the pediatric pulmonology fellowship team 

Fellowship Program Director Judith A. Voynow, M.D. Edwin L. Kendig Jr. Professor 
Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine 
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU 
P.O Box 980315 
Richmond, VA 23298 
Email: judith.voynow@vcuhealth.org
Fellowship Associate Program Director Ronald Williams, M.D. Assistant Professor 
Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine 
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU 
P.O Box 980315 
Richmond, VA 23298 
Email: ronald.williams@vcuhealth.org 
Fellowship Program Coordinator Katie Hendrickson, MSHA Division of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine 
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU 
P.O Box 980315 
Richmond, VA 23298 
Email: kathryn.lawrence@vcuhealth.org
 

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Robin Everhart, PhD, LCP
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Ginger A Mary, CPNP, MSN, AE-C
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With advanced training in specialty areas of pediatric research and practices, our current fellows are given the tools the succeed in order to provide the best care for children.

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