The overall goal of the program is to train internists and family practitioners for careers in clinical practice, teaching, and administration in geriatrics with an emphasis on rural care of geriatric patients. The program is intended and structured to provide and facilitate the acquisition of knowledge, clinical and interpersonal skills, professional attitudes, behaviors and experience required for a successful career in geriatric medicine, whether institutional/academic or clinical/private practice.
How to Apply
Candidates are required to have completed an ACGME Accredited Family Medicine or Internal Medicine residency.
Interested candidates should submit an application through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Services) or contact our Residency Coordinator, Lisa Gable at email@example.com.
The Geriatric Fellow will follow a longitudinal curriculum with focused rotations in Wound Care, Neurology, Dental, Gynecology, Critical Care, Orth/PMR, Practice management, mental Health, ENT, Urology, Palliative Care and Hospice.