Welcome from Program Director
Dear Fellow Candidate,
Welcome to the Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at Broward Health North! Our campus is in Deerfield Beach, South Florida just minutes away from the beach, close to Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and West Palm Beach; it is in the heart of a diverse community, an area that is unique in the country.
The Broward Health system is among the twenty largest public health systems in the USA. Broward Health North is a 409-bed level two trauma center, Broward Health Medical Center is a 716-bed level one trauma center, that has extensive subspecialty services in the medical and surgical fields. We are delighted that you are considering our program as a potential institution to continue your medical training. You have worked hard, and the next three years will become the foundation of the way you approach and practice medicine.
The Gastroenterology Fellowship at Broward Health North is a three-year ACGME-accredited fellowship that provides trainees with comprehensive training, education, and mentorship to excel as successful, independent, and respected gastroenterologists in any practice setting. Our curriculum is comprised of high-value didactic and practical components that facilitate the development of clinical expertise in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of gastrointestinal, pancreato-biliary, and liver disease through patient care, research, and education. This rigorous training will be delivered in an environment in which the well-being and professional development of our fellows is prioritized. We are proud to have many esteemed physicians and highly regarded researchers as members of the Gastroenterology Fellowship program leadership and faculty. The faculty has a wide range of special interests, including disorders of the liver and pancreas; functional bowel disease; gastrointestinal cancer; hepatology; inflammatory bowel disease; liver; motility disorders; therapeutic and advanced endoscopy and healthcare disparities. We are thrilled to be part of your future journey.
We welcome you to get to know us better and invite you to consider training at Broward Health North.
Aryama Sharma, MD
Broward Health North
Dr. Satya Singh is double board-certified in gastroenterology and internal medicine and has over thirty-four years of experience. He completed his fellowship training program at New York Medical College. Dr. Singh has extensive training in clinical gastroenterology and nutrition laser therapy for GI malignancies and GI bleeding: Diagnostic and therapeutic ERCP: Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy placement and more.
Satya Singh, MD
Associate Program Director
Broward Health North
About the Program
The mission of the fellowship is to educate fellows to improve patient care in the subspecialty of Gastroenterology. Our slogan is "Patient First" Our fellows will be recruited with a strong academic background who also show compassion for patients.
Broward Health is a community teaching hospital, and the fellowship will be a clinically oriented program with a high standard of training in the cognitive and technical skills required of a gastroenterologist. Our mission is to train gastroenterologists who will have the skills and attitudes to provide the highest quality of expert care to patients in our community. The Program aims to be consistent with the overall mission of its sponsoring institution. There will be a strong focus on evidence-based medicine.
Our program’s aim is to train gastroenterologists in clinical and investigative skills. They will be the future leaders in Gastroenterology and will be able to meet the needs of their patients.
- Training in skilled endoscopy. Fellows will be proficient in upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, esophageal manometry, PH monitoring, wireless capsule endoscopy, Biliary, endoscopy and will have exposure to endoscopic ultrasound.
- Training in cognitive aspects of consultative Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
- Multidisciplinary approach with collaboration with pathology, radiology, both diagnostic and therapeutic, Gastroenterology surgery and transplant surgery.
- Training in inpatients, outpatient clinics and research laboratories.
- Opportunity to educate residents, interns, medical students, and fellows.
The program plays a significant role in the quality of patient care and has a critical responsibility for the education of other trainees in the department. Consequently, we seek a diverse and inquisitive house staff for our program who:
- Share our values of the primacy of clinical excellence and the highest professional standards in clinical and academic endeavors.
- Are highly devoted to the welfare of their patients and to the broader community that we serve.
- Aspire to be positive role models and to lead by example.
- Seek a collegial and rigorous learning environment.
- Value diversity in their peers and their patients
- Seek questions as well as answers.
- Find satisfaction in teaching patients and other trainees.
- Are excited about developing habits of learning and analytical skills that will foster continuous growth throughout their career; and
- Have a strong desire to partner with the faculty of our department in improving both patient care and our house staff training program.
Training Blocks and Sites
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) for all positions. Currently, we will consider candidates requiring J1 Visa sponsorship and with Employment Authorization Documents (EAD).
Broward Health North Program (1441114003) - Categorical
NRMP # 1892144F0 ERAS ID # 1892140C1 (2 Total Positions)
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