Mission and Aims

Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

Mission Statement

Our mission is to train sub-specialists in Pediatric Hospital Medicine to be experts in delivering family and patient-centered, high quality, value-based care to all hospitalized children, and to have the ability to perform meaningful scholarship in quality improvement, clinical research, and medical education.

Program Aims

The aims for the pediatric hospital medicine program are listed below:

  • Provide high value care in the clinical management of previously healthy children and children with medical complexity hospitalized with acute and chronic illnesses in diverse hospital settings;
  • Collaborate with families and other members of the healthcare team including nurses, respiratory therapists, surgeons, and other sub-specialists as the attending of record and as consultants;
  • Improve systems of care in which they work using quality improvement methodology;
  • Generate new knowledge through clinical research and educational scholarship;
  • Be competent in teaching a variety of audiences, including learners in training, peers, general pediatricians, nurses and other hospital staff, families and patients.