Overview

Overview

Overview

The Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program began July 1, 1975. To date, thirty physicians have completed our Fellowship Program. All applicants must have completed a three year Internal Medicine residency in an accredited medical school in the United States. Foreign medical graduates must have passed the USMLE Part I and II, as well as completed a three year Internal Medicine residency in an accredited medical school in the United States. One position each year is determined by the NRMP Residency Match Program.


The Division offers a clinical fellowship program approved for four positions. The educational program utilizes clinical material and faculty at four core hospitals, the University of Louisville Hospital, Jewish Hospital, North Healthcare Hospitals, and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The educational program also utilizes clinical material and faculty at the Department of Public Health’s Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Specialty Clinic and Tuberculosis Clinic. This allows for a broad exposure in disease pathology and patient mix.