Johns Hopkins is proud to offer two hospitalist fellowships:
- Johns Hopkins Hospitalist Research Fellowship
The research-oriented fellowship is a part of the GIM fellowship that prepares hospitalists for a career in academic hospitalist research.
- Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital Medicine Fellowship
This fellowship seeks to prepare hospitalists to be productive members of academic hospitalist programs. Fellows are based on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus and conduct their training independent of the GIM fellowship.
The major features of each fellowship are summarized in the following table. For more information, please visit each fellowship’s web page by clicking on the links below.
Comparison of Johns Hopkins Hospital and Bayview Fellowships
|Johns Hopkins Hospital Fellowship||Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospitalist Fellowship|
|Primary clinical site||Johns Hopkins Hospital||Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center|
|Eligibility||Completed an ACGME-approved Internal Medicine residency||Completed an ACGME-approved|
Internal Medicine residency
|Visa eligibility||Must be a US citizen or permanent resident||Must be a US citizen or permanent resident|
|Fellows per year||1 - 2 fellows||1 – 2 fellows|
|Duration||2 or 3 years||2 years|
> Medical Education
> Clinical competence
|Degree program offered||Master's degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health||No degree offered|
|Funding source||NIH-funded training grant||Internal divisional funding|
|Clinical time||20% per year||30% per year|