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Didactic learning is integrated throughout the entire twelve months of the fellowship. Weekly didactic education consists of both formal and informal lectures, daily inpatient rounds, grand rounds, treatment planning conferences, and lectures offered by our pharmacology and subspecialty colleagues and specialty services. Fellows are required to attend a minimum of 3 conferences/week in order to graduate from the program. Additionally, there will be a requirement for the Internal Medicine/Rural Track Fellows to submit an abstract or clinical vignette toward the end of their fellowship.


The core curriculum includes clinical hours in General Internal Medicine or Hematology-Oncology, as well as core rotations in General Cardiology, Heart Failure, Infectious disease, and Critical Care. Additional ancillary rotations vary depending on the track and specialty availability but historically have included specialties such as Radiation-Oncology, Palliative care/SOS, and Point of Care Ultrasound, as well as training in bone marrow biopsies, and tissue biopsies.


Hematology-Oncology Track 

Meghan Vigil, NP 
Associate Director 

Brighton Loveday, ANP-BC, AOCNP, APRN
Huntsman Director of Advance Practice

Internal Medicine Track 

Lucas Waddoups, PA-C 
Didactic Director

Ellee Shields, DNP, AG-ACNP
Clinical Director

Rural Medicine Track 

Evan Eisher, PA-C 
Associate Director


Fellowship Program Director

Alexander Gouttsoul, PA-C