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Should you do a fellowship? A fellowship allows physicians to gain more focused knowledge, but pursuing a subspecialty isn’t for everyone

By The DO

04.23.18

After four years of medical school and three to seven years of residency, the last thing on your mind might be more training. A fellowship, however, allows physicians to focus on a particular patient population or develop further expertise on a particular organ system.