Fellowships in the Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Appointments to the Fellowship Staff of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation are made yearly. These Fellowships are open to men who hold a college degree, who have been graduated from an accredited medical school, and have served satisfactorily for one year as interne in an approved hospital. Appointments are offered in general surgery, internal medicine, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, pathology and roentgenology. The resident and assistant resident for the hospital are chosen from the group of Fellows.
The term of appointment is for two years. Approximately half of the time is spent in diagnostic work in the clinic and the other half in hospital work, which includes assistance at operations, and the preoperative and postoperative care of patients. The facilities of the research division also are open to the Fellows for work under supervision.
In addition to the training in the hospital and clinic, a definite course of instruction in medical subjects is provided. Each Monday night, one of a series of lectures is delivered and in these lectures an attempt is made to cover a wide range of clinical subjects. The lecturers are members of the staff of the Cleveland Clinic or physicians from outside the organization who speak by invitation. Each year four special series of lectures are included in the course. These are given each night for a week, and cover the spcial fields of gastro-enterology, urology, cardiovascular diseases, hematology, otolaryngology, neurology, psychology and radiology. The total series comprises from 50 to 60 lectures in the current year. Each subject. . .