Fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Northwell Health
The General Internal Medicine Fellowship at Northwell Health prepares general internists for successful academic careers in education, research and patient care. In this two-year program, fellows will develop the skills needed to succeed as clinician educators and researchers in academic general internal medicine.
All fellows will:
- Build a primary care practice
- Precept internal medicine residents with mentorship from an experienced clinician educator
- Hone skills in data analysis, teaching, and curriculum development through coursework and mentored projects
- Design, implement, and evaluate curricula for medical students, residents, and/or faculty
- Develop, write, and present scholarly projects in education, clinical research, quality improvement, public health, or health policy in peer-reviewed literature and at local, regional, and national conferences
- Participate in key School of Medicine and Division committees
- Receive career mentoring from a longitudinal mentor and advisory board of Division leaders
- Engage in panel management and quality improvement as a primary care physician
- Fellows may elect coursework towards a Masters in Public Health or Masters in Health Professions Pedagogy and Leadership at Hofstra University
- Fellows may elect to teach physical diagnosis, clinical reasoning, and/or communication to medical students at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
- Fellows may elect to facilitate resident workshops in interprofessional education, ambulatory medicine, social medicine, and/or community health
Funding and salary
Fellows receive a salary, tuition and benefits that are commensurate with experience. In addition, fellows receive office space at their main ambulatory and academic sites, and are included in all Division activities.
The fellowship program offers a specialized focus in education or research, or a combination of the two. Trainees will apply knowledge gained in coursework from Hofstra University’s Masters in Pedagogy in the Health Professions or Masters in Public Health program to create, implement and evaluate new curricula for medical students, residents and health services research projects. Fellows may also earn a master’s degree in education through coursework at Hofstra.
In addition to graduate program coursework, fellows are encouraged to participate in coursework in teaching skills, curriculum development and educational research.
Timing and schedule
Graduating board certified/board eligible internal medicine residents and practicing internists are welcome to apply in the fall and winter and begin the two-year fellowship in July or August.
Our Division includes four diverse freestanding primary care sites near the main teaching hospitals, all of which include interprofessional teams and a focus on patient-centered care, evidence-based medicine, continuity and access to care. There is also an opportunity to participate in hospital medicine. Fellows spend the majority of their time pursuing scholarly projects and coursework, and will have clinical and resident precepting opportunities in line with their interests.
Learn more about the Division of General Internal Medicine at Northwell.
The fellowship application is available here
Applicants interested in the General Internal Medicine Fellowship program at Northwell Health should send their applications and any questions to:
Lauren Block MD MPH, Program Director at [email protected], or
Libby Gottridge Endowed Fellowship in General Internal Medicine
Funded by a generous gift from the Gottridge family, long standing supporters of Northwell Health, this prestigious named fellowship position sits in the Division of General Internal Medicine. Fellows will be selected from each year's applicant pool. The goal of the endowed fellowship is to facilitate the recruitment and training of the next generation of our nation’s medical leaders. Upon completion of the Libby Gottridge Endowed Fellowship in General Internal Medicine, trainees will be well equipped to join the ranks of future leaders in the field of academic general internal medicine.
Senior Vice President - Medicine Service Line,
Samara Ginzburg MD
Associate Dean for Case-Based Learning
Co-Director, Office of Academic Success
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Alice Fornari EdD RD
Associate Dean for Educational Skills Development
Professor of Science Education and Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology and Prevention and Family Medicine