Gastroenterology & Hepatology Fellowships
NYU Langone’s Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology offers several fellowship programs for physicians who wish to further their careers:
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology Three-Year Clinical Fellowship, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
- Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship
- Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Advanced Fellowship in Transplant Hepatology
As a fellow in any of our division programs, you receive training from faculty who have advanced expertise and access to the most innovative diagnostic and therapeutic tools and equipment.
Our fellows attend regular conferences and programs—including a journal club, multidisciplinary pancreas conference, inflammatory bowel disease conference, and simulation-based objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs). They also attend the division’s faculty academic conferences and meetings such as division quarterly meetings, weekly Gastroenterology Grand Rounds, and continuing medical education (CME)–accredited courses.
Our Clinical Sites
All fellows in our programs have access to multiple clinical locations. Rotations for the three-year clinical fellowship program span four hospital sites as well as outpatient locations. Each clinical site offers its own unique educational experience and diverse patient population, preparing trainees for practice in academic medicine in a private, public, community, or federal veterans’ hospital setting.
Gastroenterology and hepatology services at each of these four sites include supervision by our expert faculty.
Tisch Hospital and Kimmel Pavilion
NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital in Manhattan is a private acute care general and referral hospital where we offer specialized gastroenterology and hepatology services to inpatients, including consultations and endoscopic and advanced endoscopic procedures. Fellows also see consults and perform procedures at Kimmel Pavilion—one of the most digitally integrated inpatient facilities in the country—and for the NYU Langone Transplant Institute, which delivers care to patients before, during, and after transplant surgery.
NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn
NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn is a community hospital in Sunset Park where we offer general and specialized gastroenterology consult, endoscopic, and advanced endoscopic services for a local patient population.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue
NYU School of Medicine oversees the fellowship and other teaching programs at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, the flagship location of New York City’s municipal hospital system and one of the nation’s oldest hospitals. Bellevue’s diverse patient population includes residents of downtown Manhattan, recent immigrants, and patients referred from other New York City public hospitals. As a fellow at Bellevue, you consult on all aspects of clinical gastroenterology and perform endoscopic procedures.
VA NY Harbor Healthcare System
The Manhattan campus of the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System is an acute care facility that serves veterans as part of the Veterans Health Administration.
During your inpatient consultation service here, you evaluate and manage gastrointestinal diseases, supported by our clinical faculty. In addition, because the Manhattan campus is a referral center for the New York metropolitan area Department of Veterans Affairs system in gastroenterology, you gain particular experience managing complex gastrointestinal issues.