We have been training residents in Emergency Ultrasound (EUS) for over a decade.

With our joint Cook County-NorthShore Emergency Ultrasound (EUS) fellowship, we continue to take great pride in not only helping each fellow to become competent in performing and teaching all primary EUS examinations, but to become a future leader in EUS. 
Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship 
  • Developed in accordance with ACEP Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Guidelines 
  • Emergency Ultrasound experience in multiple Emergency Departments 
  • Clinical work in multiple clinical environments 
  • Weekly oneonone scanning time with Emergency Ultrasound faculty
  • Weekly Journal Club 
  • Weekly Image Review and Credentialing Experience 
  • Opportunities for ultrasound experience in pediatric EM, critical care, anesthesiology, trauma and cardiology 
  • Participation in national and local research projects 
  • Abundant teaching and opportunities for ultrasound learners of all levels 
  • Experience in Emergency Ultrasound Program development, from machine maintenance to credentialing to training
  • Attend the ACEP/CORD Teaching Fellowship Conference as well as the Rocky Mountain Conference in Emergency Medicine
  • Competitive Salary with Benefits 
  • Three and Four-year EM residency graduates welcome to apply 
 Learn about Cook County Health’s Emergency Fellowship Programs 

EUS Fellowship Application

Contact David Murray at David.murray@cookcountyhhs.org for more information.  

Apply for the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship on the Society of Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships website.  

Resident Rotations

Each Emergency Ultrasound rotation begins with an orientation session and hands-on scanning with EUS faculty.
All residents complete over 250 quality reviewed exams becoming qualified to utilize U.S. in their daily clinical work. During the EUS rotation, residents will be scanning in the ED from Monday through Friday, with dedicated scan session with EUS faculty and fellows.  During the weekly image credentialing review, residents are taught the important yet subtle details of this powerful diagnostic technique. Weekly journal club helps provide an opportunity to review fundamental concepts in the latest EUS textbooks, as well as the latest research in the EUS literature.  
During our dynamic four-year curriculum, residents learn to become the next leaders in EUS by teaching EUS to third and fourth year medical students, writing case studies and participating in EUS research. 
All EUS equipment is available to all physicians 24/7 including: 
  • Five stateoftheart GE Venue Systems with a full array of probes 
  • Handheld GE Venue systems 
  • All systems have still image and video recording capabilities 
  • Telexy Qpath Point-of-Care Workflow Manager for secure EUS image and video storage
Four Dedicated EUS Rotations 
  • Developed in accordance with ACEP 2016 Ultrasound Guidelines 
  • PGY 1 – 2 weeks, PGY2 – 2 weeks, PGY 3 – 1 week, PGY4 – 1 week
  • 3-houroneonone orientation session and hands-on scanning with EUS faculty  
  • Dedicated EUS Shifts in the ER with the EUS faculty and fellows
  • Weekly image credentialing review and journal clubs 
  • Completion of over 250 quality assured exams 
  • Case Study and EUS topic presentations
Resident Workshops and Conferences 
  • Workshops dedicated to specific EUS topics and applications
  • Didactic case-based discussions with real patient images 
  • Handson small group instruction in the ED with qualified faculty 

Program Contact

Christine Jung, MD
Director of Emergency Ultrasound, Emergency Medicine