The Sleep Medicine fellowship at Reading Hospital Tower Health is a one-year program designed to prepare trainees in the diagnosis and management of the entire range of sleep disorders. The fellowship experience provides comprehensive training in sleep medicine by a multidisciplinary faculty from Pulmonology, Neurology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Otolaryngology and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery. We accept one fellow to our program each year.

Fellowship rotations include adult and pediatric clinics, inpatient consultation and in the sleep laboratories. Education is supported by weekly didactic sessions and conferences that cover the chemical, physiologic, behavioral and psychosocial aspects of sleep medicine. Weekly polysomnogram conference provides the experience necessary to become proficient in scoring and interpreting both adult and pediatric sleep studies. Fellows are expected to cultivate a research project during the year and participate in case conferences and journal club.

Our goal is to provide a diverse inpatient and outpatient clinical experience and research opportunities that will allow our fellows to develop and refine the skills needed for a future career in sleep medicine.

How to Apply

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Selection Process


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Candidates for the Sleep Medicine Fellowship should complete a residency in one of the following specialties: Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Neurology, Psychiatry, Family Medicine, Otolaryngology or Anesthesiology in an accredited program in the United States before the first day of training in our program. The applicant can be a citizen of United States of America or should have valid green card. We sponsor J1 and H1 visa. Foreign medical graduates should have a valid ECFMG certificate. Our program participates with ERAS and all applications should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

Applications are reviewed by the selection committee and invitations to interview are extended by email and postal mail.

Interviews will be scheduled in the month of August and September. The interview day consists of a hospital tour, information sessions with faculty, lunch with faculty and interview stations with faculty. Hotel accommodations are provided the night before.

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