gme - INFECTIOUS DISEASE Fellowship program

Program Coordinator:  Darryl Miller, (619) 532-7475
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Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) offers a two-year fellowship in adult Infectious Diseases. Our ACGME-accredited program is designed to provide clinical and research training in all aspects of the medical management of general infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, transplant ID, and tropical medicine for physicians who have previously completed residency training in Internal Medicine.

Our program is located in one of the nation’s largest military concentration area, with a referral base that includes major facilities both within San Diego proper (including the Pacific Fleet, Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, and Naval Special Warfare operational and training centers) as well as Twentynine Palms, Fort Irwin, and facilities in Guam, Hawaii, and Japan. A large retiree and dependent population in San Diego ensures a diversity of clinical exposure.

Our division’s HIV clinic is the military’s busiest, ensuring early longitudinal experience in the care of HIV-infected patients from the time of diagnosis throughout their lives. In addition, the program offers opportunities for research and primary care in support of peacetime, combat, and humanitarian operations of the U.S. Armed Forces.