Clinical Fellowships

 

Please see the list of Clinical Fellowships for information about all Network fellowship offerings.

IDAHO

Boise, ID: The Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI) HIV Primary Care Fellowship is a 12-month post-residency training opportunity that provides an excellent learning environment for the family medicine physician to gain additional experience providing comprehensive care to persons living with HIV/AIDS. Training includes management of antiretroviral therapy and opportunistic infections, in the setting of full spectrum primary care for the HIV-positive patient. This fellowship training opportunity places an additional emphasis on provision of care to underserved and rural HIV-positive populations. The fellowship is based at the Wellness Center at FMRI, a Ryan White grant recipient clinic providing comprehensive interdisciplinary medical care to more than 550 individuals living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Idaho. One fellow will be selected. Applicants must be BC/BE in Family Medicine. Complete details including instructions for application are located at: www.fmridaho.org under "fellowships". #32005


WASHINGTON

Seattle, WA: We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for a one-year Global Health Fellowship (July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016) in the Dept. of Family Medicine, University of Washington. Currently the Fellowship is limited to early career family medicine physicians. During the fellowship year, the Fellow will rotate through a variety of clinics in Seattle and King County, including TB, HIV, and infectious disease clinics. Fellows will see both travel and general family medicine patients at the UW Family Medicine Residency Program at the UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic. The Fellow may spend up to two months away doing research and/or clinical service. Core skills that will be taught to all Fellows include pre- and post-travel medicine, working with immigrants and refugees, WHO algorithms for clinical care in low-resource settings, and fundamentals of Global Health leadership, teaching, and policy. Fellows will have opportunities for teaching and research during the fellowship, have the option of taking a Global Health Leadership course from UW’s Dept. of Global Health, and as a full-time employee of UW, Fellows may take up to six units of courses each quarter. The Fellow will have the opportunity to become involved in a variety of other Global Health projects and programs, including clinical care and teaching at the UW continuity site in Naivasha, Kenya. For details concerning applying to the Fellowship, see the Fellowship website at: http://depts.washington.edu/fammed/residency/fellowships/global-health. Applications and supporting materials for the 2015-16 Global Health Fellow position are due January 15, 2015.

Seattle, WA We are offering a fully accredited in Sports Medicine starting in 2014 and we will be participating in the Specialty Match this year. We are recruiting 2 fellows, one Family Medicine and one Physical Medicine Rehabilitation graduate. Each will do the same required rotations, have the same sports coverage responsibilities and get two months of elective time, one of which may be away.
Strengths of the program include: 7 core Primary Care Sports Medicine faculty members with a certificate of added qualification in Sports Medicine, one of the Top Medical Systems on the West Coast, one of the top Family Medicine Residencies in the country, and the team physician of a NCAA Division I school, Seattle University.
The Primary Care Sport Medicine faculty includes those trained in Family Medicine, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation and Pediatrics. They are: Joe Shamseldin, MD, FAAFP (Director), Mike Erickson, MD (Associate Director), Carolyn Marquardt, MD (Associate Director), Andy Cole, MD, Sean Colio, MD, and Terrence Cronin, MD. In addition to the outstanding and well-rounded primary care faculty, we have a superb subspecialty faculty that include the orthopedic surgeon for the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners, the sports medicine internist who has long done the NBA rookie evaluations (an opportunity in which our fellows will join), multiple ski slope trauma physicians, the busiest orthopedic group in the city, all of whom are eager to teach. Our stellar faculty takes care of a large group of athletes of all ages.
The sponsoring residency program for the Sports Medicine Fellowship, Swedish Family Medicine, Cherry Hill, is affiliated with the University of Washington and our fellows will enjoy access to all university resources, including the nationally-renowned Health Sciences Library, both online and on campus. We are located in the beautiful city of Seattle, every year voted as one of the best cities in the world to live and work. Contact: Bobby Gauthier (bobby.gauthier@swedish.org), Phone (206) 320-2233, Website:http://swedishcherryhillfmr.org/curriculum/fellowship/fellowship.shtm
#32308

Seattle, WA: 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 [ mailto:jim.walsh@Swedish.org ]jim.walsh@Swedish.org if you are interested in applying. #30506

Seattle, WA The Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency Program is seeking residents for a one year fellowship in Integrative Medicine for the 2014-2015 academic year to start July 1, 2012. The fellowship is 60% clinical and 40% protected time for pursuit of expertise in a chosen area of integrative medicine and self-care. Clinical training includes Integrative Medicine Consultation Clinic at the Cherry Hill site, attending on the family medicine service, and precepting in clinic and regular didactics to the residents. Fellows will maintain skills by doing Primary Care and Obstetrics at the Cherry Hill site. The program has a strong mission for under-served populations. The director of the fellowship, Tanmeet Sethi, MD, completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, is faculty for The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, and has expertise in Ayurvedic and functional medicine. The program has a strong area of concentration in Integrative Medicine and many residents interested in pursuing more learning in this area. CME funds and time will be provided. Additional information can be obtained by contacting Nancy Coy at 206-320-3132. #32311