Program Director: Sandy Ramos, MD
The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Training Program focuses on providing State-of-the-Art care for High Risk pregnancy and has a strong emphasis on training in basic science and clinical research.
The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program at University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine is approved for three fellows in any three-year cycle. This fellowship provides a broad base in the practice of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, incorporating both clinical and basic science elements, and is focused on preparing graduates for careers in academic medicine.
The mission of the UCSD Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship program is to produce physicians who provide innovative, compassional, culturally competent and comprehensice health care for women. This is accomplished through promoting lifelong learning, research, and clinical care of diverse patients within a variety of procatice setting.
The program aims to recruit a diverse group of ObGyn residency graduates. The educational objective is to educate and train, over a period of three years, fellow graduates that will become highly competent MFM physicians and leaders in the field.
Structure and Rotations
Structure and rotations are reflected in the block diagram.
Click to view our AY 2019-2020 block diagram.
Fellows are encouraged to attend the Department Grand Rounds scheduled on Wednesday afternoons as well as seminars and conferences provided by other departments and institutions. Also, fellows participate in paid night call rotation in obstetrics and gynecology.