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Fellowships in Family Medicine

Our Family Medicine Department proudly offers three fellowships - Geriatrics, Hospice and Palliative Care, and an NMM/OMM +1 combined residency/fellowship program. All of our programs are multi-disciplinary and showcase osteopathic principles in their approach to education, research, and clinical experiences.

Programs

Our geriatrics programs are conducted through RowanSOM's nationally-recognized New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging (NJISA). We emphasize integrated learning and a multidisciplinary team approach to care in a broad-based learning environment.

The curriculum is comprised of clinical, research, and teaching/administrative components. Fellows who are dedicated to research have the benefit of valuable, dedicated research time, while those most interested in clinical experiences participate in ambulatory, acute, subacute and long term care settings to prepare them for primary care and patient consultation. All fellows are expected to complete a scholarly research paper based on their completed project. The teaching/administration component, in addition to the research project, distinguishes the two-year from the one-year fellowship option.

Learn More on the NJISA Website

Our Current Fellow

Name University
Seo Choi, D.O. Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine