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New York Presbyterian - Columbia University Medical Center

New York, NY


We are recruiting for our Emergency Psychiatry Fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Emergency psychiatry fellows work in our Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP), located in a top academic setting, within the New York Presbyterian Hospital at the Columbia Campus.  With a diverse patient population, the CPEP is comprised of 18 psychiatric emergency beds, and 6 Extended Observation Beds.  It is staffed by Psychiatric Attendings, Residents, Registered nurses, students, licensed social workers and admission personnel – a vibrant team of up to 15 people a day, where professional peer support and supervision is also a priority.  Our CPEP is located in an urban community, and has about 6000 visits a year. Exciting new initiatives include provision of telepsychiatry consultations to our remote sister hospitals, and a volunteer lead well-being therapeutic program.


While developing expertise in emergency management of psychiatric patients, fellows teach in our Urgent Psychiatry Lecture Series, and are expected to develop a Quality Improvement project, with potential for publication. There is possibility of combining this fellowship with the Public Psychiatry Fellowship, for dual training. Graduates of our program now hold administrative titles in the hospital or have found work across New York City and nationally. Come join our dynamic group!


We have a competitive benefits package; New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University are an equal opportunity employer. Additional information can be found at: https://www.columbiapsychiatry.org/education-and-training/clinical-fellowships/emergency-psychiatry-fellowship




Cambridge Health Alliance and
Harvard Medical School

Cambridge, MA


The Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine at Cambridge Health Alliance and Harvard Medical School is an ACGME-accredited 1 year training program for a PGY5 psychiatrist. The fellowship provides training in psychiatric consultation and management of medical and surgical inpatients as well as training in integrated/collaborative care programs in primary care centers. Fellows will have exposure to population focused care by being part of a primary care team and through the use of mental health registries and telemedicine. Specialty training in geriatrics, women’s health, addictions, and health psychology is also available.  Faculty will mentor fellows in the development of an academic project.  Our program takes advantage of Cambridge Health Alliance's unique blend of community and academic resources. Clinical fellows receive appointments to Cambridge Health Alliance and Harvard Medical School.  Contact Robert Joseph, MD, Director, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, 617-665-1544, email Robert_joseph@hms.harvard.edu, fax 617-665-2521




Brigham and Women’s / Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospitals
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA

Four PGY V ACGME-Accredited Fellowship Positions in Psychosomatic Medicine Available for the July 2014 – June 2015 academic year. Positions offer advanced training in consultation-liaison psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine: also include opportunities in neuropsychiatry/neurology, women’s mental health, HIV/AIDS, psychooncology, burn/trauma, transplantation, emergency psychiatry, pain management, and collaborative care. Specific year-long track in psychooncology and other areas available. Unique opportunity for funded second year of research for appropriate candidates. Excellent supervision, research and liaison support. Fellowship positions include Harvard Medical School appointment.  For further information, please contact:  David Gitlin, MD, Director, Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship Program, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, 75 Francis Street, Boston, MA  02115.  Phone: 617-732-6701; Fax:  617-738-1275; Email: dgitlin@partners.org         



Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine

Division of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry

Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Thomas Jefferson University


The Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Thomas Jefferson University is actively recruiting for a fellow in Psychosomatic Medicine. The Consultation Liaison Division has an ACGME-accredited fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine that offers excellent training within a 730 bed academic medical center and a major medical school. This fellowship provides training in both inpatient and outpatient work and opportunities for clinical research. Fellows also participate in teaching residents and medical students. There are opportunities to become involved in a variety of specialized medical services, including OB/GYN, Neurosurgery, Epilepsy, Geriatrics, Oncology, Hematology and Transplantation, depending on the fellow’s area of interest. In addition, our department houses a state-of-the-art Sleep Disorders Clinic and well known Pain Medicine Program, where fellows will have an ability to receive specialized training.


Jefferson Medical College has a rich history; it is one of the oldest and largest medical schools in the country. The Thomas Jefferson University Hospital is located in Historic center city Philadelphia, amidst a multitude of cultural and recreational opportunities. The campus is in close proximity to both NYC and Washington DC.   


Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and their curriculum vitae to Madeleine Becker, MD. More information is available at the web link below.


Madeleine Becker, M.D.

Associate Director, Division of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry

Director, Fellowship Psychosomatic Medicine

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Dept of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

1020 Sansom Street

Thompson Bldg., Suite 1652  

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Tel 215-955-6106



Program Coordinator

April DiGiannantonio

Email: avc003@jefferson.edu

Tel 215-955-9545






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