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fellowship program--ACGME

Discussion in 'Pathology' started by mapledale, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. mapledale

    mapledale 2+ Year Member

    Jan 29, 2007
    For selective pathology fellowship (GU, GYN, GI, Surgical..), how do we know if the program is ACGME ACCREDIATED? I just checked NY State, only the following programs are on the list, and does not say which fellowship is ACGME ACCREDIATED. [FONT=arial, helvetica][SIZE=+1]New York[/SIZE].[​IMG][FONT=arial, helvetica][SIZE=-1]Selective Pathology (PTH)[/SIZE].[​IMG] [SIZE=-1]University at Buffalo (Roswell Park Cancer Institute) Program
    Buffalo, New York 301-35-31-016
    [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Program
    New York, New York 301-35-21-011
    [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Program A
    New York, New York 301-35-12-059
    [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]New York University School of Medicine/Hospital for Joint Diseases Program
    New York, New York 301-35-21-005
    [/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Office of the Chief Medical Examiner-City of New York Program
    New York, New York 301-35-31-033
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  3. green mantis

    green mantis 5+ Year Member

    Feb 22, 2008
    As far as I know, surgical pathology & its subspecialties are not ACGME accredited. I think only the boarded fellowships are accredited. Does it matter to you if a program is accredited or not?

    ----- Antony
  4. SeenTheLight

    SeenTheLight Junior Member 10+ Year Member

    Dec 12, 2004
    It depends on the institution. At some programs, at least some of the non-boarded fellowships are ACGME-accredited.
  5. Ale

    Ale 2+ Year Member

    Jan 3, 2008
    Go to ACGME and click on list of programs by subspecialty and click selective pathology. That's your list.

    Don't expect to find these subspecialties in the ABP.
  6. polly

    polly 2+ Year Member

    Mar 11, 2008
    I am curious as to whether it is really important if the program is ACGME accredited, if there is no board to sit for- say for GI.
  7. Ale

    Ale 2+ Year Member

    Jan 3, 2008
    No it's not. More important is where you trained and with whom.
    ACGME is more for the program to get paid by Medicare (if they can) and to comply with regulations, credentials, work hours, etc.

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