The Department of Community and Family Medicine is accepting applications to fill the first cohort of a two-year Primary Care Transformation Fellowship, which begins July 1, 2019.
The goal of the fellowship is to train physicians and physician assistants to lead health care transformation and improve health within their communities and community-based practice settings. The fellowship includes coursework from the Duke University Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership program, primary care preceptor training, a mentored transformation project, and a fellowship seminar series. Fellows will have 30 percent committed time to complete program requirements.
The deadline to apply is Feb. 1, 2019. Learn more and apply.
In order to be considered for the fellowship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Have a medical degree (MD/DO) or physician assistant certificate (PA-C)
- MDs/DOs must be board certified or board eligible in family medicine, general internal medicine, or general pediatrics
- Be employed in a primary care practice as a primary care physician/physician assistant for at least two years. Note: Residency does not count toward this requirement.
- Fellows must work in North Carolina during the fellowship, and must be able to attend in-person components of the fellowship on Duke’s campus. Note: This fellowship is ideally suited for Duke University/Duke University Health System employees, however Duke employment is not a requirement.
Contact fellowship coordinator Courtney Simpson at email@example.com with questions.