Overview

The Division of General Internal Medicine of the University of Utah School of Medicine is looking for motivated candidates who are interested in academics to enter the Advanced Practice Clinician Fellowship Program. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about expanding their knowledge in the dynamic, multidisciplinary environment of inpatient medicine.

The program is designed to provide the opportunity for comprehensive training in inpatient medicine, to broaden and strengthen knowledge, and to help develop an analytical and systematic approach in diagnosing and caring for hospitalized adult patients. Fellows will rotate within the infectious disease service, cardiology service, and intensive care unit while receiving essential procedural and echocardiography training. Our goal is to help build confident providers, with effective communication skills, capable of advancing to take on full responsibility and autonomy in patient care.

The program can accommodate two fellows every 12-months, and we would like to invest in certified, licensed to practice and prescribe Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants with an active DEA license. Applicants should be interested in professional development, shaping their confidence and efficiency, and caring for hospitalized patients. This program involves collaboration with multidisciplinary support from pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, social work, and sub-specialist consulting services.

The program is recognized by The Association of Postgraduate PA Programs and accepted for membership to Association of Post Graduate APRN Programs and APPAP. It is a 12-month program with a stipend of $55,000 and includes full benefits. The application and test cost for a Certificate of Added Qualification in Hospital Medicine offered by NCCPA is also included.

Contact Us

Alexander Gouttsoul, PA-C 

Fellowship Director 

Email: alex.gouttsoul@hsc.utah.edu 

General Internal Medicine 
30 N. 1900 E., Rm 5R218
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Phone: (801) 581-7822