The University of Arizona

Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

Fellowship in Integrative Medicine: An invitation to rediscover a passion for patient care

Your First Step to the Fellowship

  • Become part of a vibrant community
  • Lead the transformation of health care
  • Make integrative medicine a part of your practice!

Created by Andrew Weil, MD, in 2000, the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine has achieved international recognition as the leading integrative medical education program in the world. Directed by Tieraona Low Dog, MD, this unique two-year distance learning program is dedicated to teaching physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants the art and science of integrative medicine.

The Fellowship in Integrative Medicine is…

The Fellowship in Integrative Medicine is a structured and highly interactive educational experience that will give you the knowledge and skills you need to effectively practice integrative medicine.

After years of self-education in integrative medicine, the Fellowship was able to provide a structure that tied everything together, from the patient-centered care philosophy and behavior change counseling to non-conventional healing modalities. Since graduation, I have continued to evolve how I choose to incorporate all that into my practice, with the ongoing support of the faculty and fellow alumni who stay in touch as a community of healers. Telling patients and colleagues that I am a graduate of the Fellowship is the most important way I define my practice.

Robert Pendergrast, MD - 2005 Fellowship graduate
Associate Professor, Pediatrics, Medical College of Georgia
Owner, Aiken-Augusta Holistic Health

Apply now!

Proceed to our online application, or if you have more questions,
we’d love to hear from you!

Contact Program Manager Moira Andre:
Tel: (520) 626-2865