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The following is a listing of Hospitalist Fellowships in the fields of internal medicine, family practice and pediatrics. This information reflects the most current information that SHM possesses. SHM welcomes updates and additions to this list. Please submit to education@hospitalmedicine.org.

Hospitalist Fellowships

Administrative Fellowships

Internal Medicine Fellowships

Family Practice Fellowships

Pediatric Fellowships

Psychiatry Fellowships

Medical Student and Residents: Education and Training

Oncology Fellowships

 

Program

Director

Contact

Status

Duration

Clinical duties

Research training

Administrative Fellowships

CEP America Administrative Fellowship

Surinder Yadav, MD

Melissa Nunez
Phone: 510-350-2850
Fax: 216-445-1767
Email:  nunezm@medamerica.com

1-2 fellows/year

1 year
July – July

Varies

CEP America offers an Administrative Fellowship that provides in-depth training in leadership, administration, and financial management in Hospital Medicine. Mentored by the Partnership’s Chief Medical Officer, Vice Presidents of Operations, and Regional Directors, Fellows are involved in essential projects that introduce them to important issues, such as quality, risk, advocacy, and continuing education.

Eastern Virginia Medical School / Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
Norfolk VA

Oti Bahrani M.D. Program Director

Colin Findlay M.D. Site Director

James Dixon M.D.
Vice Chair Internal Medicine
Eastern Virginia Medical School
825 Fairfax AVE
Norfolk, VA 23507
Email: dixonjg@evms.edu
Phone: 757 446 8910
Program Coordinator
Yolanda Arriaga
Email: ArriagYM@evms.edu
Phone: 757 446 7141

2 fellows / year

1 year
July – July

1 month critical care
3 months resident teaching service
4 months hospitalist service
Educational rotations (each 1 month) include -
Geropsych / Psychiatry
Clinical Quality Administrative
Geriatric Consult Service
Palliative Care

Building on Sentara’s success developing physician administrators the fellowship equips fellows with leadership, quality improvement, and teaching skills to hasten their emergence as hospitalist leaders in a quaternary care academic medical center. Fellows will complete the Sentara Leadership Scholars Program, attend the Society of Hospitalist Medicine’s National meeting, be mentored leading a Quality Improvement initiative, and participate as a member of the Sentara System Wide Hospitalist Horizontal Committee. Hospitalist rotations pair trainees with high performing senior hospitalists. Educational enhancement rotations develop additional essential hospitalist knowledge and skills. EVMS faculty recognized for their clinical teaching expertise support the fellow’s growth as an educator. Loan repayment is offered for fellows who are hired by Sentara Medical Group.

Internal Medicine Fellowships

Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Cleveland, OH

Priyanka Sharma, MD

Lynnette Fleshman
Fellowship Coordinator
General Internal Medicine / S-70
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44195
Phone: 216-445-0989
Fax: 216-445-1767
Email:  fleshml@ccf.org
Website: cms.clevelandclinic.org

1-2 fellows/year

1 year

3-4  months/yr

Course work in research methods and biostatistics required.

Community Health Network Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Indianapolis, IN

Randall Lee, MD

Mark Lisby, MD

Kaylee Burgett
Phone: 317-355-1435
Email: KBurget2@ecommunity.com
Website: https://www.ecommunity.com/
education-research/medical-education-programs/graduate-medical-education/hospitalist-fellowship

1-2 fellows/year

1 year

13 blocks (4 weeks each), including 5 blocks Hospital Medicine, 2 blocks Pulmonary/Critical Care, 1 block Cardiology, 1 block Nephrology, 1 block Neurology, 2 blocks electives, plus academic, leadership, and process improvement/Lean Six Sigma activities.

Focused on Patient Safety, Quality and Performance Improvement, and Lean Six Sigma.

Cooper University Hospital
Camden, NJ

Eric Kupersmith, MD

Ami Joshi, DO

Ritesh Patel, MD
Program Director
Lauren Simon
Interim Program Coordinator
One Cooper Plaza
Dorrance Building Suite 222
Camden, NJ 08103
Phone: 856-342-3150
Email: simon-lauren@cooperhealth.edu

1 fellow/year

1 year

 

Cooper University Hospital; is a major teaching hospital of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. The curriculum will provide trainees with experience in medical education, patient safety, medical ethics, provision of care to inpatients, the business of medicine, and involvement in quality improvement for inpatient care consistent with national standards.
Find out more about this fellowship.

Duke University Hospital
Durham North Carolina

David Gallagher, MD, SFHM

Jeffrey White Hospital Medicine Physician Recruitment

David Gallagher, MD, SFHM
Chief Hospital Medicine programs
Phone: 919-684-7847
Email: hospitalmedicine@duke.edu
Website: http://hospital.medicine.duke.
edu/duke-university-hospitalist-fellowship-program

1  fellow/year

2 years

40% (36 shifts/6 months) with teaching rotations/exposure

Research training: 2 year Masters training in Duke’s Clinical research training Program (CRTP) with focus on hospital quality, safety, and education research projects. Fellow will obtain a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research awarded by the School of Medicine at Duke University. This training program will be supplemented with relevant courses and instruction in quality and safety, clinical education, and leadership. Throughout the two-year fellowship, project work relevant to hospital medicine will be performed in the areas of quality and safety, as well as education. The fellow is expected to produce scholarly work based on areas of interest during the time in this program.

Eastern Virginia Medical School / Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
Norfolk VA

Oti Bahrani M.D. Program Director

Colin Findlay M.D. Site Director

James Dixon M.D.

Vice Chair Internal Medicine
Eastern Virginia Medical School
825 Fairfax AVE
Norfolk, VA 23507
dixonjg@evms.edu
757 446 8910

Program Coordinator

Yolanda Arriaga, ArriagYM@evms.edu  757 446 7141

2 fellows / year

1 year

1 month critical care
3 months resident teaching service
4 months hospitalist service
Educational rotations (each 1 month) include -
Geropsych / Psychiatry
Clinical Quality Administrative
Geriatric Consult Service
Palliative Care

Building on Sentara’s success developing physician administrators the fellowship equips fellows with leadership, quality improvement, and teaching skills to hasten their emergence as hospitalist leaders in a quaternary care academic medical center. Fellows will complete the Sentara Leadership Scholars Program, attend the Society of Hospitalist Medicine’s National meeting, be mentored leading a Quality Improvement initiative, and participate as a member of the Sentara System Wide Hospitalist Horizontal Committee. Hospitalist rotations pair trainees with high performing senior hospitalists. Educational enhancement rotations develop additional essential hospitalist knowledge and skills. EVMS faculty recognized for their clinical teaching expertise support the fellow’s growth as an educator. Loan repayment is offered for fellows who are hired by Sentara Medical Group.

Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center
Wilkes-Barre, PA

Kenric Maynor, MD

Gerald Maloney, DO

Deanna Reed
Department of Professional Staffing
Phone: 570-271-7202
Fax: 410-502-0923
Email: dreed1@geisinger.edu

1  fellow/year

1 year

Clinical hospitalist (13 weeks) at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center

Online courses through the American Association for Physician Leaders (physicianleaders.org), attending higher level administrative meetings, and completing several quality improvement projects. This program is designed to give future physician leaders exposure to the non-clinical side of inpatient management

Harvard-Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Boston, MA

Jeffrey Schnipper, MD, MPH, FHM

Jeffrey Schnipper
BWH Division of General Medicine
1620 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02120-1613
Email: jschnipper@partners.org

1-2 fellows/year

2 years

8 weeks/year

Coursework at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health with option to complete an MPH. Fellows receive additional training in topics of relevance to hospital medicine research, including QI, implementation science, and informatics. Fellows engage in mentored research projects, with a focus on QI, PCOR, safety, and improving equity and value of inpatient care. Fellows also receive training and feedback on teaching on the wards, running interdisciplinary teams, and other skills needed for an academic hospitalist career.

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD

Jeanne Clark, MD, MPH

Daniel J. Brotman, MD, FHM, FACP
Director, Hospitalist Program, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Associate Professor of Medicine
1830 E. Monument St. #8038
Baltimore, MD 21287
Phone: 443-287-3631
Fax: 410-502-0923
Email: brotman@jhmi.edu
Fellowship description
Click here to apply

3-5  fellows/year

2-3 years

2 months/yr

Fellows are appointed to an NIH-funded training grant and are required to complete a Master's program in clinical research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Johns Hopkins Fellowship Program does not sponsor visas.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Baltimore, MD
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Baltimore, MD

 

Flora Kisuule, MD, MPH

Eric Howell, MD

Tiffani Panek
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
5200 Eastern Avenue, MFL West, 6th Floor Baltimore, MD, 21224
Phone: 410-550-5018
Email: tpanek@jhmi.edu

1-2
fellows/year

2 years

4 months/yr

Course work in introductory statistics and epidemiology required -QI or research project required -dedicated research mentorship -training in teaching skills and curriculum development For additional information: www.hopkinsbayview.org.

Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

James Newman, MD

James Newman, MD
Hospital Medicine
Mayo Clinic
200 First Street SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Email: newman.james@mayo.edu
Website: www.mayo.edu

4 fellows/year

1 years

4-8 months/yr

Research Training:
Certificate in Clinical Research through the NIH-funded Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP).

Opportunities for other advanced degrees also are available.

Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI

Ankur Segon MD, MPH, FACP

Stephanie Peterson
Clinical Program Coordinator
9200 W Wisconsin ave
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53045
Phone: 414-805-0820
Email: smpeterson@mcw.edu

1-2 fellows/year

2 years

3.5 months/yr

Research Training:
Our goal is to recruit and train motivated individuals interested in becoming leaders in academic hospital medicine. We offer two tracks with several options that can be mixed and matched according to the fellow’s interests. Fellows on the research track will receive structured training in clinical research and continuous process and quality improvement. Fellows will have the option of completing a Master of Science (MS) program. Fellows on the medical education track will receive structured training in adult learning, curriculum development, educational leadership and instruction and evaluation in medical education. Fellows will have the option of completing a Master in Education (MEd) program. All fellows receive training in quality and process improvement, including but not limited to the faculty development program in quality improvement and patient safety at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the intermountain mini-advanced training program in quality improvement. In addition to structured didactics around patient care in hospital medicine, all fellows will receive directly observed feedback on teaching rounds and large and small group based teaching. All fellows will receive training in bedside diagnostic ultrasound and procedural ultrasound. Finally, all fellows will have the opportunity to complete mentored projects in quality improvement, medical education research and clinical research.

Monroe Clinic Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Monroe, WI

Suraj George Pazhoor, MD, Hospitalist Fellowship Director

Lori Rodefeld
Residency Coordinator
Monroe WI 53566
Phone: 608-324-2000
Website:
http://
www.monroeclinic.org/
hospitalistfellowship

 

1 fellow/year

1 year

 

Monroe Clinic's hospitalist fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive training in hospital medicine with a rural focus. The curriculum provides increased knowledge and improved skills in hospital medicine through clinical rotations, didactic sessions, quality improvement projects, and other learning opportunities. The curriculum is tailored to the goals of the individual fellow and includes the development of a research project.

Rotations include adult medicine, ICU, emergency medicine, cardiology, pulmonary, palliative care and research. The fellow will be able to select from specialty experiences in the following areas: neurology, nephrology, radiology, urology, pharmacotherapy, laboratory, anesthesia, endocrinology, and pediatric medicine (off-site elective).

Northwestern University / Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Chicago, IL

Kevin O'Leary, MD, MS

Kevin O'Leary, MD, MS
Email: keoleary@nmh.org
Website: http://www.medicine.
northwestern.edu/divisions/
hospitalmedicine/education/
index.html

2 fellows/year

2 years

3-4 months/yr

Advanced degree (Masters degree in Health Services and Outcomes Research or Healthcare Quality) expected through an AHRQ funded Training in Clinical Research program.

St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
Utica, NY

Eric Freiberger D.O., F.A.C.O.I, F.H.M.

Eric Freiberger, DO, FACOI, FHM
Fellowship Program Director
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
2209 Genesee St.
Utica, NY 13501
Phone: 315-798-8263
Email: efreiberger@stemc.org
Website: http://www.stemc.org

 

 

 

 

 

St. Mary's Medical Center
Evansville, IN

Dr. Stacie Wenk, DO

Dr. Stacie Wenk
St. Mary's Medical Center
3700 Washington Ave.
Evansville, IN 47750
Phone: 812-485-7040
Fax: 812-485-7042
Email:
swenk@stmarys.org 
Website:
www.stmarys.org/
hospitalistfellowship

2 fellows/year

1 year

11 months/yr

Program is primarily clinical, but quality improvement
projects encouraged.

Sunnybrook and Women's Health Science Centre
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Khalil Sivjee, MD-(Education Director)

Mireille Norris MD, MHSc- (Administrative Director)

Meera Chail
Program Coordinator 
Hospitalist Training Program
Phone: 416-480-6100 x7341
Email: meera.chail@sunnybrook.ca 

5-6
fellows/year

1 year

10 Months with 2 months Selective

Mentorship in Health Services Research, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

Sutter Health Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Sacramento, CA

 

David J. Ritter, MD, Hospitalist Fellowship Director

Larry Moore
Physician Recruitment
2750 Gateway Oaks
Sacramento, CA 95833
Phone: 800-650-0625
Email: develops@sutterhealth.org 

2 Fellows per Year

1 year

Core rotations include Adult Hospitalist Medicine (6 months); Critical Care Medicine (2 months); and hospital-based rotations in Infectious Disease, Cardiology, and Neurology. Fellows also have two elective months, chosen from fields such as additional IM based subspecialties, Psychiatry, outpatient Family Medicine, Interventional Radiology, and Pediatrics.

Primarily clinical based training, tailored to the career goals of the Fellow. Various opportunities exist such as: QI projects, hospital committees, and leadership development.

University Health Network/Sinai Health System Clinical Fellowship.
Toronto, Ontario

Christine Soong, MD, MSc

Lorena Manganaan
Administrative Assistant
Hospital Medicine Clinical Fellowship
Toronto Western Hospital
399 Bathurst Street, 8EW-432E
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C4
Phone: (416)-603-5800 ext 3599
Fax: (416)-603-6495
Email: lorena.manganaan@uhn.on.ca
Website: http://www.gim.utoronto.ca/
residentsfellows/
Hospital_Medicine_
Fellowship.htm

1-2 fellows/year

1 - 2 years

 

11 months General Medicine, 1 month selective

Program is primarily clinical but quality improvement work is encouraged

University of California Los Angeles
Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research, National Research Service Award Fellowship.
Los Angeles, CA

Neil Wenger, MD, MPH

Neil Wenger, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine and Program Director, National Research Service Award Fellowship Program, Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
911 Broxton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: (310)-794-2288
Email: NWenger@
mednet.ucla.edu

1-2 fellows/year

2 years, option for 3rd year

 

 2 months/yr

Rigorous training in health services research. Fellows conduct a research project of their own design, receive mentoring from faculty with expertise in hospital medicine and other subjects, and complete a degree in the UCLA School of Public Health (e.g., MSHS, PhD).

University of California San Francisco
Academic Hospital Medicine Fellowship
San Francisco, CA

Margaret Fang, MD, MPH and Co-director Cindy Lai, MD

Margaret Fang, MD, MPH
Cindy Lai, MD
Directors, UCSF Academic Hospital Medicine Fellowship
533 Parnassus Avenue, Box 0131
San Francisco, CA 94143-0131
Email: mfang@medicine.ucsf.edu
Email: clai@medicine.ucsf.edu
Website: http://
hospitalmedicine.ucsf.edu

1-4 fellows/year

1 year

 

2 months/yr

7 week Training in Clinical Research (TICR) program that provides instruction in designing clinical research, basic statistical methods, and database management. If desired, fellows are also able to take additional coursework through the UCSF Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

University of California San Francisco
General Medicine and Primary Care Research Fellowship
San Francisco, CA

Andrew B. Bindman, MD and Margot Kushel, MD

Andrew B. Bindman, MD
Phone: (415)-476-5583
Email: abindman@medsfgh.ucsf.edu

Margot Kushel, MD
Phone: (415)-206-8655

Website: http://dgim.ucsf.edu/education/
fellowship/research.html

1-2 fellows/year

2 year

 

 

Fellowship intended for internists interested in research careers in general medicine (primary care or hospital-based).  Fellows are appointed to an NIH funded training grant and complete research training with the option to pursue an advanced degree.

University of California San Francisco
Global Health-Hospital Medicine Fellowship
San Francisco, CA

Phuoc Le, MD and Sriram Shamasunder, MD

 

Phuoc Le, MD
Director, UCSF Global Health-Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Sriram Shamasunder, MD
Director, UCSF Global Health-Hospital Medicine Fellowship
533 Parnassus Avenue, Box 0131
San Francisco, CA 94143-0131
Email: ple@medicine.ucsf.edu
Email: sshamund@medicine
.ucsf.edu

Website: http://
hospitalmedicine.ucsf.edu

2 fellows/year

1 year

1 month of inpatient ward attending, including experience on the teaching service at Moffitt-Long Hospital and the medical consult / comanagement service at Moffitt-Long, 5 weeks of inpatient nighttime hospitalist (with supervising responsibility of housestaff), 7 months of inpatient clinical service, medical education, and quality improvement work in Haiti (with Partners in Health or PIH) or Liberia (with Tiyatien Health), in a district level hospital

7-week Training in Clinical Research (TICR) seminar, which includes instruction in research methods and ethics

University of Chicago Hospitals
Hospitalist Scholars Training Program
Chicago, IL

Tracks: Research Medical Education Quality Global Health Entrepreneurship

David O. Meltzer, MD, PhD

Vineet Arora, MD, MAPP

 

David Meltzer, MD, PhD
Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine
University of Chicago
5841 S Maryland Avenue, MC 5000
Chicago, IL 60637
Phone: 773-702-0836
Fax: 773-834-2238
Email:
dmeltzer@medicine.
bsd.uchicago.edu

Website:
http://128.135.242.178
/medicine/hosp/index.html

2-3 fellows/year

2 yrs with option for 3rd

3 months clinical service in 1 week blocks per year

Courses and research seminar participation required. Masters degree in relevant program (health studies, public policy, etc.) strongly encouraged. Read More about the Hospitalist Scholars Training Program.

University of Missouri School of Medicine 
Columbia, MO

Columbia One Year Advanced Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program

S. Hasan Naqvi, MD FACP

Nicole Garner
Phone: 412-692-4888
Fax: 412-692-9440
Email: garnern@health.missouri.edu
Website: http://medicine.missouri.edu/
imed/adv-fellowship.html

1 year

1 year

The Advanced Fellowship in Hospital Medicine is designed to help hospitalists tailor a more focused career. It will allow physicians to develop leadership skills which are considered essential for modern hospitalists, learn how to be a teacher and mentor, conduct clinical research, focus on performance improvement and gain more clinical experience—all while learning about the business side of hospital medicine.

Candidates must have completed or are about to complete a three-year ACGME-accredited Internal Medicine or Family Medicine residency training program in the United States and be board eligible/certified.

University of Pittsburgh 
Pittsburgh, PA

 

David McAdams, MD, MS

David McAdams, MD, MS
Director, General Internal Medicine Fellowship in Hospital Medicine
Montefiore University Hospital
Suite 825E
200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412-692-4888
Fax: 412-692-9440
Email: leema@upmc.edu
Website: http://www.dom.pitt.edu

2 fellows/year

1-2 years

7-8 months for one-year program; 5-6 months/yr for two-year program

Certificate or Master's Degree in Clinical Research through the NIH-funded Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP).

University of Southern California; Division of Geriatric, Hospital, Palliative and General Internal Medicine; Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Los Angeles, CA

 

Wei-I Vickie Wu, MD, MHS

Becky O’Neal
Education & Special Projects Administrator
Keck School of Medicine of USC
University of Southern California
IRD 306
Los Angeles, CA 90089-9520
Phone: 323-226-6571
Fax: 323-226-2718
Email: Becky.O’Neal@med.usc.edu
Website: http://uschospitalmedfellowship
.com

1 PGY4 fellow/year

1 year

Inpatient clinical rotations take place in two different hospitals: LAC+USC, a 600 bed hospital, and Keck Hospital of USC, a private 411 bed hospital. Non-clinical rotation take place at ApolloMed, where Fellows participate in a series of core teaching sessions plus elective activities tailored to each individual’s goals.

The curriculum will provide trainees with the foundation to become the next generation of hospitalist program directors, clinicians, and medical educators. The fellowship includes involvement in medical education, patient safety, quality improvement, utilization management and the business of hospital medicine.

Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

 

Sunil Kripalani, MD, MSc

Anne Axon
Program Coordinator
Section of Hospital Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Suite 6000 Medical Center East - North Tower
1215 21st Ave South
Nashville, TN 37232-8300
Phone: 615-936-8219
Fax: 615-936-1269
Email: anne.n.axon@vanderbilt.edu

1-2 fellows/year

2 years

 20% effort

Veterans Affairs Quality Scholars Program, MPH, mentored QI research

University of California San Francisco at Fresno. Fresno, CA

 

Kam Lun Au Yeung, MD

Maria Aguallo
Administrative Assistant
UCSF-Fresno | Dept. of Internal Medicine
2823 Fresno Street Suite B
Fresno, Ca. 93721
Phone: 615-936-8219
Fax: 615-936-1269
Email: MAguallo@fresno.ucsf.edu

1 fellow per year

1 year, July to July

Clinical Duties: 6 weeks clinical attending; 10 weeks neurohospitalist; Individualized electives

Research: 7 week clinical research workshop. Quality Improvement/Research project

Family Practice Fellowships

Central Maine Medical Center
Lewiston, Maine

Claudia K. Geyer, MD, FHM

Dr. Claudia K. Geyer
Program Director
Central Maine Hospitalists (CMH)/Fellowship Director Central Maine Medical Center
Lewiston, ME 04240
Email: geyercla@cmhc.org
Website:
www.cmmcfmrp.org/
hospitalist.html

1-2 fellows/year

1 year

Inpatient adult medicine including critical care, working primarily with the CMH team as well as subspecialty rotations and intensives including cardiology, pulmonology, critical care, nephrology, neurology, hematology/oncology and gastroenterology. Also leadership and academic role within the Central Maine Family Medicine Residency Program.

Completion, presentation and, if applicable, publication of a longitudinal research, quality, safety, guideline or development project.

CHI St. Alexius Medical Center Bismarck, ND

 

Ryan Hoovestol, MD

Susan Reisenauer
Hospitalist Secretary
900 E. Broadway
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: (701) 530-3894
Email: skreisenauer@primecare.org
Website: https://www.st.alexius.org/
employment/hospitalist-fellowship-
opportunities

2-4 Fellows/Year

1 year

Adult inpatient medicine broken down into 13 four week blocks. 6.5 blocks of hospitalist medicine, 2 blocks ICU with 1 week anesthesia to improve intubation and airway management, 1 block cardiology, 1/2 block infectious disease, 1/2 block interventional radiology for procedures, 1/2 block working with UND family medicine residents as attending physician and 2 blocks electives with options including emergency medicine, nephrology, pulmonary, oncology, neurology, gastroenterology and palliative care.

Program is mostly clinical training, but Quality Improvement projects, leadership development and administrative training offered. Multiple different committees available in which the fellows are encouraged to participate. Find out more about this fellowship.

Community Health Network Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Indianapolis, IN

Randall Lee, MD

Mark Lisby, MD

Kaylee Burgett
Phone: 317-355-1435
Email: KBurget2@ecommunity.com
Website: https://www.ecommunity.com/
education-research/medical-education-programs/graduate-medical-education/hospitalist-fellowship

1-2 fellows/year

1 year

13 blocks (4 weeks each), including 5 blocks Hospital Medicine, 2 blocks Pulmonary/Critical Care, 1 block Cardiology, 1 block Nephrology, 1 block Neurology, 2 blocks electives, plus academic, leadership, and process improvement/Lean Six Sigma activities.

Focused on Patient Safety, Quality and Performance Improvement, and Lean Six Sigma.

Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center
Wilkes-Barre, PA

Kenric Maynor, MD

Gerald Maloney, DO

Deanna Reed
Department of Professional Staffing
Phone: 570-271-7202
Fax: 410-502-0923
Email: dreed1@geisinger.edu

1  fellow/year

1 year

Clinical hospitalist (13 weeks) at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center

Online courses through the American Association for Physician Leaders (physicianleaders.org), attending higher level administrative meetings, and completing several quality improvement projects. This program is designed to give future physician leaders exposure to the non-clinical side of inpatient management

Grant Medical Center
Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Columbus, Ohio

Matthew Jones, MD

JoAnn Rodehaver
Team Leader
Grant Medical Center
111 S. Grant Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614-566-9699
Fax: 614-533-0192
Email: rodehaj@ohiohealth.com

4 fellows/year

1 year

13 four week block, 6 blocks hospital medicine service, 4 blocks ICU, 1 block cardiology, 1 block neurology, 1 elective

Available, primarily a clinical/QI oriented fellowship.

Monroe Clinic Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Monroe, WI

Suraj George Pazhoor, MD, Hospitalist Fellowship Director

Lori Rodefeld
Residency Coordinator
Monroe WI 53566
Phone: 608-324-2000
Website:
http://
www.monroeclinic.org/
hospitalistfellowship

 

1 fellow/year

1 year

 

Monroe Clinic's hospitalist fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive training in hospital medicine with a rural focus. The curriculum provides increased knowledge and improved skills in hospital medicine through clinical rotations, didactic sessions, quality improvement projects, and other learning opportunities. The curriculum is tailored to the goals of the individual fellow and includes the development of a research project.

Rotations include adult medicine, ICU, emergency medicine, cardiology, pulmonary, palliative care and research. The fellow will be able to select from specialty experiences in the following areas: neurology, nephrology, radiology, urology, pharmacotherapy, laboratory, anesthesia, endocrinology, and pediatric medicine (off-site elective).

Spartanburg Regional Medical Center and Spartanburg Inpatient Physician Group
Spartanburg, SC

 

Robin Garrell, MD, Fellowship Director

Kayla Waddell
Hospitalist Fellowship Coordinator
Spartanburg Regional Medical Center
101 E. Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Phone: 864-560-6841
Email: kwaddell2@srhs.com

2 Fellows/Year

1 year

Hospitalist Rotation - 6 months
ICU - 2 months
Elective - 4 months

QI project
Teaching opportunity

Sutter Health Hospitalist Fellowship Program
Sacramento, CA

 

David J. Ritter, M.D

Larry Moore
Physician Recruitment
2750 Gateway Oaks
Sacramento, CA 95833
Phone: 800-650-0625
Email: develops@sutterhealth.org

 

2 Fellows per Year

1 year

 

Core rotations include adult medicine (6 months) and critical care medicine (2 months). With 4 months of
electives, there is significant opportunity to tailor the curriculum to personal career objectives. Options may
include pediatrics, internal medicine subspecialty rotations, and hospital procedures.

Swedish Medical Center
Seattle, WA

David Wilson, MD MS

David Wilson, MD MS
Program Director
Swedish Medical Center, 747 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122-4307
Phone: 206-215-2520, ext. 1 (General Calls)
Email: HospitalistFellowship@
Swedish.org

Website: http://www.swedish.org/for-health-professionals/graduate-medical-education/swedish-sponsored-fellowship-programs/advanced-hospital-medicine

3 fellows/year

1 year

Clinical responsibilities include general medicine wards and inpatient consult (60%), ICU (20%), and scheduled and elective subspecialty rotations (20%). Fellows spend time at several Seattle-area hospitals in the Swedish system - ranging from tertiary referral to community. Formal procedure training is provided.

The program has a clinical focus, but research and QI projects are widely available, and support will be provided as needed to accommodate interested fellows.

 

 

The Medical Center
Columbus, GA

 

Vincent M. Nicolais, MD

Vincent M. Nicolais, MD
Chief of Internal Medicine
Medical Director, Critical Care
Governor, Georgia Chapter American College of Physicians
The Medical Center
710 Center Street, Box 81
Columbus, GA 31901
Phone: 706-571-1454
Fax: 706-660-2750
Email:
vincent.nicolais@crhs.net
Email:
sandy.cox@crhs.net (Sandy Cox)
Website:
www.columbusregional.
com/medicaleducation

2 fellow/year

1 year

12 months clinical per year

Research/QI training available; Primarily multi-disciplinary clinical orientation with emphasis on clinical skills and procedures, certificate at completion.

University of Alabama School of Medicine
Fellowship in Hospitalist Medicine for Family Practitioners
Tuscaloosa, AL

 

A. Robert Sheppard, MD, Director, Hospitalist Services

A. Robert Sheppard, MD
Director, Hospitalist Services
The University of Alabama School of Medicine
Department of Internal Medicine
1513 Heritage Drive
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35406
Email: rsheppard@cchs.ua.edu

4 Fellows/year

1 year

Clinical Duties: 12 months/yr inpatient hospitalist medicine at 700 bed academic regional referral center with option of 1-2 months/yr at rural inpatient hospitalist medicine site

Hospitalist Medicine training includes the management of inpatients in both the primary role and serving other physicians of multiple specialties, surgical and medical as consultants for residency trained and Board Certified Family Physicians. Research option available & PI/QI projects available

University of Tennessee Hospitalist Fellowship
Jackson, Tennessee

 

Gregg E. Mitchell, MD
Ira Keith Ellis, MD

Gregg E. Mitchell, MD
Ira Keith Ellis, MD
Heather Cavness
Phone: 731-423-1932, ext. 262
Fax: 731-410-0369
Email: hgreenwa@uthsc.edu

3 Fellows/year

1 year-August of each year

8 ½ Blocks – Hospital Medicine
1 Block – Hospice/Palliative Care
1 Block – Critical Care Medicine
2 Blocks – Elective Rotation
½ Block – Hospital Medicine for Holiday Coverage

The UT Hospitalist Fellowship in Jackson, TN is an outstanding opportunity for family physicians that desire further training in hospital and critical care medicine. Our fellowship program will be focused on the Society of Hospital Medicine curriculum to improve skills in hospital medicine and to become more marketable for job opportunities in hospital medicine. Our hospital has the busiest emergency room in the state of Tennessee with over 100,000 visits per year. Our hospital has 650 beds with 75 ICU beds and we serve over 18 counties.

Our curriculum will be heavily geared for management of the hospital patient from admission through discharge to include patients in our open access ICU beds. Our fellows will participate in daily ICU rounds with our Critical Care specialists to gain a much deeper exposure and understanding of critical care medicine. Each fellow will be supervised by experienced attending physicians and receive one on one teaching for our fellowship service. We have rotations in critical care, hospice and palliative care, administration and leadership development as well as elective time. You will receive training in transitions of care in both hospital follow up clinics and transitional care at our skilled nursing facility. We will have ultrasound guided central line and advanced airway training during orientation for the fellowship to also include hands on training in ventilator management.

Eligibility Requirements include: Successful completion of ACGME approved family medicine residency program, unrestricted license or eligibility for an unrestricted license in Tennessee, eligibility for medical staff privileges at Jackson Madison County General Hospital, Must be ACLS and ATLS certified prior to start date, Letter of Recommendation from program director and 2 additional letters of recommendations, Step 3 Board Score Report.

WVU Rural Hospital Medicine Fellowship Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

Mark Cucuzzella, MD

Mark Cucuzzella, MD
WVU Department of Family Medicine-Eastern Division
171 Taylor Street
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Phone: 304-535-6343 x268
Email: cucuzellam@rcbhsc.
wvu.edu

Website: http://www.hsc.wvu.edu

1 fellow/year

 

1 year

12 months rural hospital adult & peds

Rural hospital patient safety, PI/QI projects; telemedicine, teaching, and research skills with required scholarly submission.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Hospitalist Fellowship
Odessa, TX

Arun Mathews, MD

Nayra Cisneros
Fellowship Coordinator
701 W 5th Street, Suite 3174
Odessa, TX 79763
Phone: 432-335-1799
Fax: 432-335-2491
Email: nayra.cisneros@ttuhsc.edu
Website: http://www.ttuhsc.edu

2 Fellows per year

1 year

 

 7 months of in-service rotation (inpatient care)

1 month of Cardiology rotation

2 months of Critical Care rotation

1 month of Hospital Administration rotation

1 month of special procedures rotation

(Elective experiences as arranged with fellowship director) 

Fellow over the one year period will receive formal training on research methods, biostatistics, evidence-based medicine, literature search techniques, art in reviewing papers, writing, publishing and undertaking continuous quality improvement initiative.

Pediatric Fellowships

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, GA

David D. Lloyd, MD Director

Associate Director Parminder Suchdev, MD

Janet Martin
Coordinator for the CHOA/Emory Pediatric Hospital Medicine Program
1405 Clifton Road, NE.
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: 404-785-6104
Fax: 404-785-1462
Email: janet.martin @choa.org

1 fellow/year

1 year

6 months of the year

(6 months no call)

Research training:

  • Formal Course
  • Seminar Style
  • "K" Club
  • Mentorship

Children's Hospital
Boston, MA

Christopher Landrigan, MD, MPH

Christopher Landrigan, MD, MPH
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: 617-355-2568
Email: clandrigan
@rics.bwh.harvard.edu

1-2 fellows/year

3 years

3 years (together with Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship)

MPH through Harvard School of Public Health and formal health services research training through Pediatric HSR Fellowship; all fellows complete 1-2 mentored research projects

Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA

Jennifer Maniscalco, MD, MPH

Reyna Allende
Fellowship Coordinator
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
4650 Sunset Blvd, MS #94
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone: 323-361-6927
Fax: 323-361-8566
Email: rallende@chla.usc.edu

1 fellow/year

2 years

6 months during first year (general inpatient pediatrics and specialty rotations), 4+ months during second year (general inpatient pediatrics and specialty/elective rotations)

Course work and seminar participation required.

Children's Hospital of Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY

JEREMIAH T. CLEVELAND, MD, FAAP, Director
JCleveland@
maimonidesmed
.org

 

Aesha Diggs, Pediatric Fellowship Coordinator
Email: ADiggs@maimonidesmed.org

1 fellow/year

1-2 years

The Fellowship is currently a 1-year program. The PHM fellow is scheduled to serve as the attending on service for 15 weeks out of the year, including some weekends. In addition, the fellow will act in a supervised clinical role for two discrete "rotations" during the year, one in the PICU and one at a sub-acute/chronic care facility. We are currently working on transitioning to a 2-year program within the next few recruitment cycles.

The PHM fellow will complete modules in research and quality improvement, and is expected to develop a quality improvement and/or research project, as well as participating in educational activities for residents and medical students.  For more information please visit http://www.maimonide
smed.org/MedicalEdu
cation/PediatricHospita
lMedicineFellowship.aspxt
.

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

Jeffrey Silber, MD, PhD

Christopher Bonafide, MD, MSCE

Holly Burnside
Program Manager
Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness (CPCE)
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
3535 Market Street, Room 1424
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 267-426-7549
Email: burnsideh@email.chop.edu
Website: www.research.chop.edu/
programs/cpce/

5 fellows/year

2 years

Limited to 20 % of each fellow’s effort, facilitated by the Hospital’s General Pediatrics Inpatient Service or by the fellow’s subspecialty

Masters-level coursework in study design and biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania (MSCE or MSHP), combined with mentored research projects to develop expertise in comparative effectiveness research, quality measurement, severity adjustment, and economic evaluation as they relate to pediatric hospital care

Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters
Norfolk, VA

Cynthia Pierce, program Coordinator

 

Cynthia Pierce
Phone: 757-668-8177
Email: cynthia.pierce@chkd.org

1 fellow/year

1 year

An emphasis on holistic inpatient clinical excellence, adminstrative acumen, research skill sets and medical education

 

Children's National Medical Center
Washington, DC

Neha H. Shah, MD, MPH

Yo'Lauder Hunter
Fellowship Coordinator
Children's National Medical Center
111 Michigan Ave. NW, Suite M-4800
Washington DC 20010
Phone: 202-476-5014
Fax: 202-476-3732
Email: yhunter@cnmc.org
Website: http://childrensnational.org

2 fellows/year

3 years

6 months in the first year, 4-5+ months in subsequent years; primarily on the inpatient pediatric ward

Formal research training through masters coursework at the George Washington Univeristy and hospital-wide fellow's core educational curriculum.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Ohio

Jeffrey Simmons, MD, MSc

Jeffrey Simmons
Fellowship Director
3333 Burnet Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45229-3026
Email: jeffrey.simmons
@cchmc.org

Website: http://
www.cincinnatichildrens.org

 

2-3 years

The first year of the fellowship focuses primarily on clinical and medical education skills. The 2nd and 3rd year of the fellowship focus on acquiring and applying academic skills tailored to the applicant's interest.

 

Cleveland Clinic Children's
Cleveland, Ohio

Sangeeta Krishna, MD

Sarah Spurbeck
Fellowship Coordinator
Center for Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital
9500 Euclid Ave, S20, Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216-444-6003
Fax: 216-445-8241
Email: spurbes@ccf.org

1 fellow/year

2 years

6 months during Year 1, 5 1/2 months during Year 2

Research training:  Protected time for research, course work and research seminar participation.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University School of Medicine
Atlanta, GA

David Lloyd, MD, Parmi Suchdev, MD, MPH Janet Martin

David Lloyd, MD
Fellowship Director
Parmi Suchdev, MD, MPH
Associate Program Director
Janet Martin
Coordinator
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Emory University School of Medicine
Division of General Pediatrics
1405 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30322
Email: david.lloyd@choa.org
Email: parminder.suchdev
@choa.org

Email: janet.martin@choa.org
Website: http://www.pediatrics.
emory.edu

1 fellow/year

1 year

Clinical with ample protected time for academic work including education, QI, clinical research, epidemiology, or global health. Formal training in teaching skills and research fundamentals. Fellowship is flexible and adaptable to past experiences.

 

Indiana University School of Medicine, Riley Hospital for Children
Indianapolis, IN

 

Benjamin D.
Bauer, MD

Benjamin D. Bauer, MD, FAAP
Director, Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program
Indiana University School of Medicine
Riley Hospital for Children
702 Barnhill Drive, RM 3530
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Phone: 317-948-2700
Fax: 317-948-2959
Email: bdbauer@iupui.edu
Website: 1) http://
rileychildrenshospital.com

Website: 2) http://www.ichsr.org/

Active; Accepting 1 fellow per year

Either a 1- or 3-year program, based on applicant interest and career goals

1 Year Program: 16 weeks core clinical ward experience with additional 12 weeks of elective clinical time

3-year Program: Year 1, same as above. Year 2 & 3: 8-12 weeks of clinical time, with remainder spent on mentored clinical research training

Research Training: 1-year program: Primarily Clinical with focus on developing skills in education, scholarly work, QI, and administrative leadership.

3-year program: Mentored program with defined curriculum designed to create high quality clinical investigators. Coursework in the following disciplines: epidemiology, biostatistics, research methods, ethics, communication, and grant writing. Coordinated in conjunction with the Indiana University School of Medicine section of Children's Health Services Research. Advanced degree available in either Master of Science in Clinical Research or Master of Public Health degree.

Janet Weis Children's Hospital at the Geisinger Medical Center
Danville, PA

Paul J. Bellino, MD, FAAP

MaryAnne Wesner
Fellowship Coordinator
100 N. Academy Avenue
Danville, PA  17822-2701
Phone: 570-271-5606
Email: mwesner@geisinger.edu
Website: www.geisinger.edu

1 fellow/year

2 years

Year 1: 38 weeks (Inpatient Service, Sedation Service, LVL 2 Nursery, PICU)

Year 2: 27 weeks (Inpatient Service, Community Hospital Inpatient Service, Sedation Service, Newborn Nursery)

Formal research training through on-campus Center for Health Research.  Advanced degree (MPH) possible through Johns Hopkins University program - may require additional time in training program.

Kaiser Oakland Medical Center
Oakland, CA

Jorge Gutierrez, MD

Jorge Gutierrez, MD
Program Director
APIC Pediatric Services
Pediatric Critical Care 280 W MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA 94611
Phone: 510-752-9011
Email: jorge.gutierrez@kp.org
Website: http://residency.kp.org

1 fellow/year

2 years

Clinical, administrative, research, education

 

Lucille Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford
Palo Alto, CA

Becky Blankenburg MD, MPH
Carrie Rassbach, MD

Becky Blankenburg MD, MPH
Carrie Rassbach, MD
725 Welch Road, MC 5906
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Email: rblanke@stanford.edu
Email: crassbac@stanford.edu
Phone: 650-497-8979

1 fellow/year

2 years

Education, Quality/Safety, IT, Health Services Research

 

State University of New York Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY

Susmita Pati MD, MPH

Susmita Pati MD, MPH
Program Director
Health Science Center T11-020
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Email: susmita.pati
@stonybrook.edu

Website: http://www.
stonybrookmedicalcenter
.org

1 fellow/year

2-3 years

Research

 

Tufts University School of Medicine
Boston, MA

Elisabeth Schainker MD

Elisabeth Schainker, MD
Program Director Department of Pediatrics
Pediatric Hospital Fellowship
Floating Hospital for Children
800 Washington St #7501
Boston, MA 02111
Email: eschainker
@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

1 fellow/year

2 years

Medical Education, Quality Improvement, Tertiary and Community Settings, Leadership

 

University of Alabama at Birmingham / Children's of Alabama
Birmingham, AL

Robert F. Pass, MD

Robert F. Pass, MD
1600 7th Ave So Ste 108
Birmingham, AL 35233
Phone: 205-638-9922
Email: rpass@peds.uab.edu

1 fellow/year

2-3 years

Clinical + QI

 

The University of California San Diego Rady Children's Hospital
San Diego, CA

Erin Stucky Fisher, MD, MHM, FAAP

Associate Director
Aarti Patel, MD, MEd, FAAP

Erin Stucky Fisher, MD, MHM, FAAP
Director, Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
c/o Donald Bailey, PHM Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: 858-966-5841
Email: HospitalMedicineInfo@rchsd.org
Website: http://www.pediatrics.
ucsd.edu/

2 fellows/year

2 years

Tertiary, community, sedation, transport, Subacute and Postacute care.

Comprehensive fellowship curriculum, including research, education, and QI. Course work also available through UCSD. Certificate option: Clinical Research Enhancement through Supplemental Training (CREST). Research Degree Option: Masters in Academic Science (MAS).

Texas Children's Hospital
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

Lindsay Chase, MD

Lindsay Chase, MD
Director
Joyee Vachani
Associate Director, Pediatric Hospitalist Fellowship
Texas Children's Hospital
6621 Fannin St
A165, MC 1-1481
Houston, TX 77030-2399
Phone: 832-824-5447
Fax: 832-825-5424
Email: lhchase
@texaschildrens.org

Email: jgvachan
@texaschildrens.org

Website: www.phmfellowship.org

2 fellows/year

2 years

4 months (plus up to 4 months additional as elective time)

Formal research training available; advanced degree possible.

University of California San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital
San Francisco, CA

Darren Fiore, MD, FAAP

Darren Fiore, MD
University of California San Francisco
Department of Pediatrics
Box 0110
San Francisco, CA 94143-0110
Phone: 415-476-9180
Fax: 415-476-2602
Email: fiored@peds.ucsf.edu
Website: http://pediatrics.ucsf.edu

1 fellow/year

2 years

6 months of the year (inpatient service, nursery, sedation/pain service, PICU, community hospital, elective time in 2nd year)

Course work and mentored scholarly project; formal training through UCSF's 7-wk Training in Clinical Research course available; advanced degree possible but would require add'l training time.

Formal training in clinical teaching methodology (through 5-session faculty development course) offered.

University of Utah Primary Children's Medical Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Chris Maloney, MD, PhD

Chris Maloney, MD, PhD
Professor of Pediatrics
Fellowship Director
100 N Mario Capecchi Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84113-1100
Phone: 801-662-3657
Email: chis.maloney@hsc.utah.edu

1 fellow/year

2-3 years

Advance degree, research, QI and clinical are acceptable

 

University of Washington Seattle Children's Research Institute
Seattle, WA

Rita Mangione-Smith, MD MPH, Alison Long

Rita Mangione-Smith, MD, MPH
Director
Alison Long
Program Adm
Center for Child Health
Behavior & Development
2001 Eighth Ave Ste 400
Seattle, WA 98121
Email: Rita.MangioneSmith@
seattlechildrens.org

Email: Alison.Long@
seattlechildrens.org

1 fellow/year

2 years

Quality of Care Research

 

UT Southwestern Austin Pediatrics Pediatric Hospitalist Fellowship
Austin, TX

Mark W Shen, MD

Mark W Shen MD, Program Director
Dell Children's Medical Center
4900 Mueller Blvd
Austin, TX 78723
Email: mshen@seton.org

2 fellows/year

1 year

Clinical Care, Leadership, Education, Quality Improvement, Scholarship

 

The Hospital for Sick Children Paediatric Medicine Fellowship Program
Toronto, Ontario

Michelle Shouldice MD / Sanjay Mahant, MD, MSc

Michelle Shouldice, MD
Program Director
Sanjay Mahant, MD, MSc
Associate Program Director
555 University Ave
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1X8
Email: paedmed.fellowship
@sickkids.ca

Website: http://www.sickkids.ca

2-4 fellows/year

2-3 years

Education scholarship, quality improvement, clinical epidemiology, health services research

 

Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Cleveland, OH

Rina Lazebnik, MD

Robyn Strosaker, MD
Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
11100 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106-6002
Phone: 216-844-3641
Email: robyn.strosaker
@uhhospitals.org

1-2 fellows/year

1 year

24 weeks with 8 weeks electives

Intensive 4 week Introduction to Clinical Research offered. Faculty mentors available for QI, clinical and educational research projects

Psychiatry Fellowships

The Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY

Gloria J. Rodriguez, MD

Gloria J. Rodriguez, MD
Assistant Professor
Director of Inpatient Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry
Mount Sinai Medical Center
One Gustave L Levy Place Box 1230
New York, NY 10029
Phone: 212-659-8725
Email: gloria.rodriguez
@mssm.edu


1 fellow/year

1 year

12 months on inpatient units, the psychiatric emergency room, consultation/ liaison service and the electroconvulsive therapy service.  Selectives in pain management and neuroradiology. 

 

 

Oncology Fellowships

M D Anderson Cancer Center- Oncology hospitalist fellowship

Maria-
Claudia Campagna, MD

Maria-Claudia Campagna
Phone: 713-745-4515
Email:  mcampagn@mdanderson.org

1-2 fellows/year

1 year with an optional 2nd year for candidates interested in research.

Varies

Fellows will develop skills in basic research, design, data collection and analysis, dissemination of findings, and research methods. For more information, contact Felicia Stephens at FWebber@mdanderson.org