Emergency Medicine

Out-of-Hospital Care (EMS) Fellowship

The out-of-hospital care fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine is a one-year, ACGME-accredited program that provides a robust pre-hospital EMS educational experience, preparing fellows to become leaders in the field of Emergency Medical Service. This fellowship immerses the learner in all aspects of pre-hospital medicine in order to produce a well-rounded, knowledgeable EMS physician.

The EMS Fellowship curriculum is based on the core content of EMS medicine and includes various and unique experiences with EMS organizations In Indianapolis and throughout Indiana.

Program Leadership

Daniel P. O'Donnell, MD,  FAEMS,  FACEP

Daniel P. O'Donnell, MD, FAEMS, FACEP

Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Thomas A. Lardaro, MD,  MPH

Thomas A. Lardaro, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Fellowship Curriculum

Fellowship Curriculum

Fellows take an active role in the various pre-hospital environments covered by the division of out-of-hospital care.
Division Faculty

Division Faculty

EMS specialists at IU School of Medicine care for patents with time-sensitive injury or illness and move them to a medical facility as quickly as possible. These faculty physicians train emerging specialists in this area.