How to Apply
Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship
The child abuse fellowship applicant at Children's Mercy Kansas City preferably will have completed a pediatric residency program prior to starting the fellowship.
For all applicants, the Children's Mercy Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship currently accepts one fellow every year.
Children's Mercy Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship utilizes ERAS to screen applicants. Please complete your application materials through ERAS.
Additional information for international medical graduates include an ECFMG certificate; a minimum of two digit scores of 90 on parts 1 and 2 of USMLE; passage of Step 3; clinical experience in the United States. For international citizens, Children's Mercy primarily accepts applicants with J-1 Visa status. Children's Mercy primarily accepts applicants with J-1 Visa status. To be eligible for appointment, all international citizens must be sponsored by the ECFMG for the J-1 non-immigrant Visa classification and have and maintain valid ECFMG certification throughout the length of their training program. Applicants must also have participated in a US ACGME accredited residency program. In some cases, Children's Mercy will sponsor an H-1B Visa. Residents/Fellows who wish to change their immigration classification while pursuing a graduate medical training Program at Children's Mercy must seek prior written approval from the GME Department. Failure to seek such approval will subject the trainee to immediate termination from his/her training Program. All candidates must have passed Step 3.
Interested applicants should contact Program Director Dr. Mary Moffatt at email@example.com directly.
Our Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship leadership team
Mary Moffatt, MD