Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship
Based at the Mount Sinai Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine
The Institute for Family Health, in affiliation with the Mount Sinai Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing, is pleased to offer The Academic Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship, a one-year fellowship. This fellowship offers an opportunity to learn Integrative Family Medicine skills in an underserved setting, while also developing skills in academic medicine.
The Institute for Family Health is the administering organization for the Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine, a leader in Integrative Family Medicine education. This collaboration allows the fellow to practice integrative family medicine in an underserved community health care center at the Institute for Family Health.
The Integrative Family Medicine experience occurs both in the primary care and consultative contexts. Academic opportunities include mentorship in precepting residents, teaching medical students, and collaboration in residency curriculum initiatives. Involvement in research projects is also available. Didactics and case conferences occur weekly at the Center for Health and Healing. There are also 200 hours of online curriculum available, designed in conjunction with the University of Arizona’s Program in Integrative Medicine. The fellow also has opportunity during the fellowship to learn a specific skill set, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, or hypnosis.
The Fellowship is co-directed by Dr. Raymond Teets and Dr. Ben Kligler. Questions can be directed to Dr. Teets at . Applications for the 2016-2017 academic year are now being accepted. The due date for applications is November 20, 2015.
The application and further information can be found in the downloadable documents below:
Integrative Fellowship Curriculum
Integrative Fellowship Application
Integrative Summary Description