Residency

Non ACGME open residency & fellowship positions

NOTICE: We have moved the resident and fellow vacancies for ACGME-accredited programs from this page to FREIDA™, the AMA Residency & Fellowship Database® (sign in required).

Vacancies in non ACGME-accredited programs are not included in FREIDA, but will be at a future date. Only non ACGME postings are now currently listed on this page and will be automatically removed once they expire.

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Resident Fellow Section: Contact us at [email protected].

Applying for a position

Please contact the residency or fellowship program directly to apply for a position. More information on career and specialty choice, residency program selection, board certification, membership organizations, community characteristics and resources can be found in the career planning resource section.

Posting/removing an ACGME-accredited residency position

If you are on the staff of an ACGME-accredited residency or fellowship program and would like to post a vacant position in your program, please go to the FREIDA program director resources page for instructions on posting vacant positions as well as for viewing and updating program information. For additional information on the features FREIDA provides, please visit the FREIDA page.

July 2019 start month/non ACGME-accredited

Program specialty: Hospitalist fellowship

Start date: July 1, 2019 (1-year term)

Application deadline: Continuous

Institution name: UAB Selma Family Medicine Residency Program Hospitalist Fellowship at Vaughan Regional Medical Center, Selma, Alabama

The UAB Selma FMRP Hospitalist Fellowship is a year-long certificate program fellowship for family medicine physicians seeking experience practicing medicine within hospitals, caring for patients from the time they are admitted to the time they are discharged. The purpose of this fellowship is to provide training and experience for the family practitioner who seeks a broader base of knowledge and experience than that which is provided in a traditional family medicine residency training program. Dedicated fellowship training in hospital medicine will allow family medicine residency program graduates to become experts in the delivery of care in the hospital setting, thereby improving a number of hospitalization-related variables, including mortality, patient satisfaction, re-hospitalization rate, length of stay and overall cost effectiveness.

Minimum application requirements:

  • Graduate of ACGME-accredited family medicine residency
  • CV
  • LOR from residency director
  • LOR from hospital medicine preceptor
  • Must be BE/BC
  • Must obtain unrestricted Alabama medical license and controlled substance
  • Must obtain DEA certification

Please submit requested documents to Kandice Collins, education administrator.

For more information regarding this fellowship, please visit the fellowship page.

Kandice Collins

(334) 874-3463

[email protected]

Program specialty: Neuroradiology fellowship

Start date: July 1, 2019 (1-year term)

Application deadline: Continuous

Institution name: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has an unexpected neuroradiology fellowship available for the July 2019 academic year. The curriculum covers the continuum of neuroradiology, including peds.

The program offers a housing stipend in the amount of $6,000, one paid outside conference and weekly moonlighting opportunities. Completion of or current enrollment in an ACGME-accredited diagnostic radiology residency program is required. 

Debbie Kenneybrew

(310) 423-3095

[email protected]

Program specialty: Women's health fellowship

Start date: July 1, 2019 (2-year term)

Application deadline: March 1, 2019 (interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis)

Institution name: Spectrum Health

Prerequisites: Candidates must demonstrate strong academic excellence through test scores and hold an MD or DO. Eligible candidates have completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, medicine/pediatrics, or family practice.

To be considered, please submit the following:

  • CV, including educational background, employment, research and clinical training
  • Test scores (Boards I and II; USMLE or Complex)
  • Copies of publications (if any)
  • Personal research career training plan that includes a statement about short- and long-term career and research goals reflecting a multi-disciplinary approach.

Please submit files to Diana Bitner, MD, and copy Chrissy Greenough. 

Diana Bitner, MD

[email protected]

Chrissy Greenough

[email protected]

Program specialty: Body Imaging and Intervention Fellowship

Start date: July 1, 2019 (1-year term)

Application deadline: Continuous

Institution name: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has an unexpected body imaging and intervention fellowship for the 2019 academic year. Rotations include CT, MRI and ultrasound involving complex cases in a wealth of pathology. The cardiovascular service images all cardiac MR, cardiac CT, pulmonary CT (PE CT), and peripheral vascular CT and MR. The comprehensive cancer center, high volume transplantation center and Trauma1 ER adds to the volume of image-guided procedures available to enhance the cross-sectional experience. During the elective blocks, fellows can choose from a variety of rotations.

The program offers weekly moonlighting opportunities and a housing stipend in the amount of $6,000. Completion of or current enrollment in a diagnostic radiology residency in an ACGME-accredited program is required. We are accepting CVs for the 2020 program as well.

Debbie Kenneybrew

(310) 423-3095

[email protected]

Start month TBD/Non ACGME-accredited

Program specialty: Medical Simulation

Start date: TBD

Application deadline: Continuous

Institution name: University of California, Irvine

Submit the following:

  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement expressing why you're interested in this fellowship

Qualified applicants will be invited to interview with simulation faculty as well as the chair. Since the fellow will also be acting as a clinical instructor and teaching residents several days per week, he or she will also interview with an operations officer, a vice or associate chair, and the program director.

For more information regarding this fellowship, please visit the fellowship page.

Britney Prince

[email protected]