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There are presently 15 subspecialties that are certifiable by the American Board of Medical Specialists. Internists can begin fellowships after completing their 3 year internal medicine residency. Most residents apply for fellowship programs during the beginning of their second year of residency. Fellowships include

Allergy and Immunology: 2 years

Cardiology: 3 years

Cardiology/Cardiac Electrophysiology: 4 years

Cardiology/Interventional Cardiology: 4 years

Critical Care Medicine: 2 years

Endocrinology: 2 years

Geriatric Medicine: 2 years

Gastroenterology: 3 years

Gastroenterology/Hepatology: 4 years

Hematology: 2 years

Hematology/Oncology: 3 years

Infectious Diseases: 2 years

Medical Genetics: 2-4 years

Nephrology: 2 years

Oncology: 2 years

Pulmonary: 2 years

Pulmonary/Critical Care: 3 years

Rheumatology: 2 years

Sports Medicine: 1 year

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