The Division of General Internal Medicine of the University of Utah School of Medicine (SOM) and Huntsman Cancer Hospital are looking for motivated candidates who are interested in learning and want to further their education with a post-graduate Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) Fellowship Program. More specifically, we are seeking individuals who are passionate about expanding their knowledge in the dynamic and multidisciplinary environment of inpatient academic medicine.
The Hospital Medicine Post-Graduate APC Fellowship is a 12-month program and a joined Huntsman Cancer Hospital and University of Utah School of Medicine effort that provides structured learning in either the traditional Internal Medicine track or the Hematology-Oncology track.
The primary goal of the program is to help APCs broaden and strengthen their medical knowledge and clinical skills, with a focus on inpatient medicine, through a systematic, collaborative, and evidence-based curriculum consisting of both didactic and clinical components. This program is recognized by The Association of Postgraduate PA Programs (APPAP) and has been accepted for membership to the Association of Post Graduate APRN Programs (APGAP).
Currently, the program offers a stipend of $55,000 for the Internal Medicine track and $62,000 for Hematology-Oncology track. Both salaries include full-time benefits, including health and dental insurance as well as 401K contributions.
Regarding the application process, the Internal Medicine Track participates in a rolling admissions process, meaning, applications are accepted year-round. There is no pre-specified application deadline. However, we review most of our applications April through May (for a start date between the following September-November), and August through September (for a start date between the following January-March). Therefore, if you are hoping to start the fellowship in the fall, provide your application materials no later than May 15th. If you are hoping to start in the spring, provide your applications materials no later than September 15th.
The Hematology-Oncology Track reviews applications April through May (to begin early August), and July through August (to begin early November).
Each track will accommodate 2-6 fellows per year, depending on the needs and capabilities of the Internal Medicine and Hematology-Oncology groups.