The Women’s Health Fellowship offers a 12-month experience at a successful, community Family Medicine Residency combining clinical, research, and educational opportunities in women’s health. We seek motivated individuals who are looking for advanced training in women’s health. The clinical part of the fellowship combines longitudinal patient care in the Family Medicine Center with short clinical rotations in a variety of areas of women’s health. Fellows can also participate in faculty development seminars (e.g. adult learning theory, curriculum design, epidemiology, etc.) along with our faculty development fellow.
Fellows assist the faculty in teaching residents and medical student in full-spectrum family medicine, including gynecological procedures and obstetrics. The fellow is required to complete a research or scholarly project in the fellow’s area of interest (e.g. eating disorders, women and heart disease, breastfeeding, women and sports medicine). We offer a supportive and flexible environment that encourages the fellow’s individual interests.
Competitive salary and benefits.
All interested applicants should contact
Amy Harrison, M.D.
Director of Women's Health Fellowship