Stamford Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness -- Class 2016 Fall
Stamford Hospital (affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons) is excited to announce a two-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness. This program offers a unique clinical experience in evidence-based complementary therapies in pain management, nutrition/supplement consultation, stress management with guided imagery and mindfulness meditation, and preventive cardiology.
The Integrative Medicine consultation practice started in October 2008 and sees over 7,000 patient visits a year. Most patients are referred by their primary care and specialist physicians.
Fellows will be funded to complete the 1000-hour University of Arizona distance learning and residential Fellowship in Integrative Medicine curriculum as well as a 300-hour acupuncture program for physicians.
The salary and benefits of the 2-year fellowship is PGY-4 and PGY-5, respectively for each year. Year 1 fellows will spend 50% time in the hospital's primary care family medicine clinic for under-insured patients and will spend 50% time at the Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness, a state-of-the-art 4,000 square foot facility located in a bustling outpatient hospital Center. Year 2 fellows will spend 100% time at the Center.
Interested candidates must be primary care physicians and are expected to be already board certified in a primary care specialty or to achieve board certification during their first year of fellowship.
For more information on the Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness at Stamford Hospital and the Integrative Medicine Fellowship, please visit the Stamford Hospital link: http://www.stamfordhospitalintegrative.com/
Interested candidates may contact Mary Henwood-Klotz at 203-276-4154 or MHenwoodemail@example.com