Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Clinical Training

Our fellows participate in clinical care

The Center for Adolescent and Young Adult Health (CAYAH) sees over 7,000 outpatient visits annually including both primary care and consultative care.  In-patient consults are done at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh (CHP).  

CHP is one of 10 hospitals named to U.S. News & World Report’s Honor Roll of America’s “Best Children’s Hospitals” for 2015–16.  It is currently ranked seventh in NIH funding.  Annually, CHP has almost 15,000 inpatient stays and more than 1 million outpatient visits and is the leading pediatric hospital in using advanced health information technology.  

Off campus clinical sites include: Shuman Juvenile Detention Center, college health center at Carlow University, and 412 Youth Zone (Pittsburgh's drop in center for at risk youth).  A broad and flexible curriculum coupled with abundant resources allow for a diversity of experiences as our fellows pursue their varied interests.