The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship and educational program at Tufts University School of Medicine/Tufts Medical Center is designed to prepare applicants for subspecialty certification in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Individuals seeking fellowship training are required to submit an application, Curriculum Vitae, a minimum of three letters of recommendation, CREOG In-Training Examination Scores and a recent photograph. A personal interview is required prior to acceptance.
On acceptance, each candidate must outline the content of his/her fellowship program. The American Board of Obstetrics/Gynecology will then review the proposal. Consultation, advice and guidance will be provided to the selected candidates while they are preparing their individualized programs. One or more of the faculty will become a mentor to the fellow to provide assistance.
Why Choose Tufts MC
Residents complete their training at Tufts Medical Center, a world-class academic medical center located in Boston and the principal teaching hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine. It also sponsors nineteen specialty ACGME-accredited clinical training programs.
Tufts Medical Center is a 415-bed robust organization, providing everything from routine medical care to treating the most complex diseases affecting adults and children. Tufts Medical Center is also home to the Floating Hospital for Children, a full-service children's hospital dedicated exclusively to all levels of pediatric care.
Tufts Medical Center provides heart, kidney and bone marrow transplants, is a level I trauma center, provides comprehensive neurological and neurosurgical care, and offers cutting-edge cancer treatments.
Tufts Medical Center is also home to The Boston Gamma Knife Center, the first and only Gamma Knife Center in Massachusetts and northern New England.