Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

The fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at LAC+USC Medical Center began in July 2011. Fellows receive intensive advanced instruction in emergency ultrasound over the one-year program. The fellow has specialized scan shifts each month in which they perform multiple ultrasound scans in a number of applications, together with the ultrasound faculty. The collected videos then provide the basis for weekly Thursday ultrasound review sessions.

Fellows have multiple opportunities for advanced work in many areas of ultrasound, including teaching, research, learning how to coordinate local and national conferences, mastering the many facets of running an ultrasound program and achievement of the RDMS (registered diagnostic medical sonographer) degree.


Applications for the fellowship should be submitted from Sept-Nov. Interested applicants should send a CV and letter of intent to the Fellowship Directors at the e-mails below.

Length: 1 year, Non-ACGME Accredited


Fellowship Directors:
Erick Eiting, MD, MMM and
Dana Sajed, MD

Information about our Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship can be found on the website for the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships.