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Olympia: The Providence St. Peter Hospital (PSPH) and Medical Group (PMG) in Olympia, WA and the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine announce an expansion of their successful joint Fellowship in Global Health Innovations and Leadership, with the addition of 2 Family Medicine positions in July 2015.
The 2-year fellowship includes…
1) Mentored field work in Western Kenya (research and training),
2) Graduate public health education (usually an MPH at Harvard), and
3) A 0.5 FTE core faculty position practicing and teaching full scope family medicine at the Providence St Peter Family Medicine Residency Program in Olympia, WA.
Interested applicants must be board eligible or board certified in Family Medicine. If you are interested and have questions about the faculty position in Olympia please connect with Devin Sawyer MD, Program Director at If you are interested in applying please submit a CV, 2 letters of support, and a 700 word or less letter of intent to Ms. Emily DeRedon at

Seattle: The Swedish Medical Center in Seattle is seeking applicants for a one-year fellowship in Addiction Medicine for the 2015-2016 academic year. The fellowship is offered by the Swedish Addiction Recovery Service and the Swedish Family Medicine Residency Program/Cherry Hill Campus in conjunction with the Evergreen Treatment Service's opioid maintenance program and is available to FPs who will have completed residency training by July 2015. The fellowship will offer comprehensive training in providing care to patients with substance dependence. Fellows will be primarily based in our Addiction Recovery Service, which offers both acute medical detoxification for a diverse group of patients and long-term inpatient treatment for pregnant women. Opiate maintenance treatment, using both methadone and buprenorphine, are taught in outpatient settings. Training at the Swedish Pain Center offers fellows expertise in the management of chronic pain patients and the interface of addiction and pain. Fellows will continue to develop their Family Medicine skills in a continuity clinic offered through the Family Medicine Residency and will participate in the obstetric care of women with substance use. Fellows will be paid a salary of $65,000. Completion of the Fellowship allows you to sit for the certification exam offered by the American Board of Addiction Medicine. Please email me at [ ] if you are interested in applying.30506

Seattle: The University of Washington Department of Family Medicine offers a 2-year Primary Care Research Fellowship through the National Research Service Award program (NRSA).

The fellowship is a great opportunity for recent residency graduates or family physicians with practice experience. It provides formal research training in preparation for a career as an investigator and leader in academic, practice, policy or organizational settings.

The Fellowship provides:
· Formal training in research methods
· Experience working with established investigators
· Mentorship for career success
· MPH degree at the UW School of Public Health
· Stipend, tuition and academic expenses

This is an established fellowship program in an exciting environment. The University of Washington and Seattle have tremendous diversity and depth of resources for research in primary care and related fields. Our Department has a strong track record of research in many areas, with special focus on:
· Rural health
· Health workforce
· Clinical translational research
· Medical home models
· Practice-based research

This NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship program is offered jointly by the departments of Family Medicine, General Internal Medicine, and Primary Care Pediatrics at the University of Washington in Seattle.

The 2-year program usually includes an MPH degree in Health Services or Epidemiology, but can fit with other graduate study programs. The fellowship pays tuition and a stipend based on years of training and experience. Upon finishing the 2-year program, there is no service commitment. We strongly encourage minority applicants. Fellows must be BE/BC and be US citizens or permanent residents.

The application deadline is September 30, 2014, to select one Family Medicine Research Fellow to enter the program in July 2015.

Visit the websites below for more information.

NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship (including application)

UW Department of Family Medicine

UW School of Public Health

Interested persons should contact us as soon as possible.
Please contact the Family Medicine Research Fellowship Co-Director:

William R. Phillips, MD, MPH
Theodore J. Phillips Endowed Professor in Family Medicine
Box 356390
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-6390
Tel: (206) 543-9425

Tacoma: Tacoma Family Medicine (TFM) offers four openings for August 1, 2015 in its Rural Family Medicine with Obstetrics Fellowship. TFM has a 36 year history of training physicians for rural practice and is an affiliate of University of Washington based at Tacoma General Hospital and is part of the MultiCare Health System. We are in the 24th year of our fellowship and four fellows are currently participating in the program. Applicants must complete a Family Practice Residency by June 2015 and have an interest in rural medicine. The curriculum consists of 6 months of intensive training in high-risk and operative obstetrics and 6 months electives tailored to the needs of the individual. Elective options include adult and pediatric emergency and inpatient care, medical and surgical specialties, procedural skills, rural preceptorships, neonatology, practice management, etc. For more details contact:Alan Gill, MD, Program Director 32335



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