Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship

Message from the Director

Amy Rosinski, MD - Director

Welcome to the Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship Program at University of Michigan Health: Michigan Medicine.

Michigan Medicine is the academic medical center made up of University of Michigan Health and the University of Michigan Medical School.  It has been the site of many groundbreaking medical and technological advancements since the Medical School first opened in 1850. 

Our program is a welcoming place for fellows to gain knowledge and achieve clinical excellence in the care of complex patients with comorbid medical and psychiatric illness.  We value our partnership with the Ann Arbor VA Healthcare System and appreciate that the fellow’s experience there provides unique opportunities to learn and to serve the veteran population.

As an alumnus of both the University of Michigan Medical School and the Residency and Fellowship Programs, I am deeply committed to Michigan Medicine’s core vision of advancing health for Michigan and the world.  I am proud to work among passionate, knowledgeable, and caring colleagues across multiple disciplines, who share a similar vision.  I have dedicated my career to providing the highest standards of clinical care in challenging situations and training the next generation of physicians in our medical students, residents, and fellows.  I aim to help each fellow navigate their career path, find what brings them joy in their work, and develop confidence to lead.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about our program and Go Blue!

Fellowship Overview

The University of Michigan's Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship with a flexible schedule that is tailored to match the fellow’s areas of interest. One to two fellows per year are accepted. Training occurs in a 67/33 split between Michigan Medicine (the clinical name for University of Michigan sites) and the Ann Arbor VA Healthcare System, both on inpatient and outpatient settings, with supervision from consultation-liaison boarded faculty at both sites.  Board certified general psychiatrists in good standing who complete this program are qualified to sit for the subspecialty examination in consultation-liaison psychiatry offered by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

The goal of our Fellowship is to provide high quality training in general consultation liaison psychiatry, as well as in subspecialized fields such as transplant psychiatry, collaborative care, reproductive psychiatry, child and adolescent consult psychiatry, among others. Our program provides a broad-based clinical experience, and opportunities to achieve skills in education, administration, and research, in an extraordinarily rich academic environment, with no night or weekend call. 

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