If you are interested in spending time with us during a student rotation, please email us for more information. Medical student slots are popular so it is advisable to contact us as soon as possible. It is not necessary to complete a medical student clerkship here in order to be considered for our residency. Please just include the information you get when you click on the link, for each of these Fellowships, right on their individual pages
Faculty Development Fellowship
The Faculty Development Fellowship is a fourth year position that consists of three segments: clinical, teaching and research. The fellow sees patients in a community health center and hospital, precepts residents and medical students and participates in classroom and bedside teaching. With an advisor, s/he plans, implements and writes a research project. This fellowship should be attractive to those considering an academic career, especially in the inner city. To learn more about the Faculty Development Fellowship click here
The Obstetrics Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that commenced in August 2004. We train family physicians to be competent in high risk and operative obstetrics, which is an area of need in many underserved populations. Fellows will gain experience on labor and delivery with routine and complicated labor and delivery issues. They will work closely with family medicine residents and will take a leadership role in teaching the residents. In the outpatient setting, they will see continuity patients, as well as participate in gyn clinics, ultrasound, and high-risk prenatal care. Obstetricians as well as OB fellowship-trained family physicians will mentor the fellows in the surgical setting. To learn more about the OB Fellowship click here
The Lawrence Family Medicine H.I.P fellowship trains family physicians to practice integrative medicine in an underserved setting. We aim to create a larger community of physicians offering integrative medicine in our area and world wide. To learn more about the HIP fellowship click here.