The Community Medicine Fellowship is a 12-month clinical fellowship which is a unique collaboration between Hamilton Community Health Network, the largest FQHC in Flint, Michigan, and the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan. It is designed to promote excellence in community medicine, foster sustainable resources for the health of the Flint community, and develop leadership skills and advocacy training for fellows interested in improving the health and healthcare of underserved communities.
Learn more about the Hamilton Community Health Network at: http://www.hamiltonchn.org/about-us/.
Applications are being accepted with a deadline of November 1, 2018. Interviews will be held in November and December. Outside of the fellowship program, we are unable to offer rotations or preceptorships to individuals from outside of the University of Michigan at this time.
The fellowship year runs July through June.
Applicants are required to be residency-trained in the United States in Family Medicine, certified or board eligible by the American Board of Family Medicine, and have a significant commitment to health of underserved communities. A teaching and/or research career in family and community medicine is desirable.
Interested qualified applicants may begin the application process by emailing or sending a letter of intent and Curriculum Vitae to the Community Medicine fellowship recruitment office at the address below. Once reviewed, you will be contacted about submission of a full application which will include the required documents listed below.
- Cover Letter/Statement of Interest
- Curriculum Vitae
- Two reference letters, one of which must be from your program director, sent directly to the program via email or US mail
- Medical School Transcript
- Copies of Levels 1, 2 and 3 USMLE or COMLEX score
- ECFMG Certification (applies only to International Medical Graduates)
For questions about the application process, you can reach at (734) 232-6776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.