As we transition to ECU Health in the coming weeks and months, you will notice changes to our digital landscape, including ongoing updates to this site. Throughout this rebranding and into the future we remain committed to the communities we proudly serve. We’re excited for this evolution, and what it means for the future of health care in eastern North Carolina.GO TO SITE
ECU Health Medical Center and the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University work together to provide residents and fellows with the optimal educational and clinical experience. ECU Health Medical Center serves as the teaching hospital for the School of Medicine and is the flagship hospital of ECU Health.
ECU Health Medical Center offers the following residency and fellowship programs.
Nurse Residency Program gives graduate nurses the opportunity to choose from nearly any clinical area to find the best fit for your professional goals. After completing our new graduate orientation program, you'll have more practical experience and more confidence in your hands-on nursing skills.
We offer a PGY1 pharmacy residency and a PGY2 critical care pharmacy residency program. Our programs are proud to offer residents a diverse and flexible pharmacy training experience with rotations in a variety of clinical areas.
ECU Health Medical Center offers a 24-month administrative fellowship program that provides post-graduate candidates the opportunity to gain training and management experience in a large and diverse health care system.
We offer a 32-week operating room RN fellowship at ECU Health Medical Center that provides structured career development for RNs interested in Operating Room opportunities. A Cardiovascular Operating Room (CVOR) Fellowship is also available, providing RNs with additional specialized CVOR training.
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) is postgraduate allied health education and interfaith professional education for ministry. It brings theological students and ministers of all faiths (pastors, priests, rabbis, imams and others) into supervised encounters with persons in crisis.