Fellowships

Eligibility 
Graduating Third Year Family Medicine Residents (MD/DO) in good academic standing.

Application Instructions
Interested Family Medicine PGY-3 applicants should mail, fax, or email their CV and Cover Letter to:

Jennifer Stradley, Residency Program Coordinator 
St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program 
14300 Orchard Pkwy
Administrative Office
Westminster, CO  80023

Phone: 720-627-4073    
Fax: 720-627-0173 
Email

Application Deadline: December 15 
Interviews: December 1-15 
Candidate Selection: Late December 
Starting Date: August
Fellowship salary range: $75,000 - $100,000/year

  • Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship Position

    Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship Position 
    St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program

    The St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency offers a Faculty Development /Junior Faculty Fellowship Position. This is a one year (August 1st to July 31st), non-ACGME accredited position in our residency program. Clinically, there are 10 weeks/year of attending Inpatient Medicine or Obstetric/Newborn Nursery coverage. Fellows participate in faculty attending call averaging 2-3 weeknights a month. There are four half days of outpatient clinic and one to two half days of clinic precepting a week when not attending on the inpatient services. Remaining time is set aside for administrative duties, didactics, and scholarly projects. The successful candidate will apply for the University of North Carolina Faculty Development Fellowship program or similar longitudinal program to participate in over the year. The position includes cost of the off-site program and travel to the sessions.

  • Integrative Medicine Fellowship Position

    Integrative Medicine Fellowship Position
    St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program

    St. Anthony Family Medicine residency offers a one year Integrative Medicine fellowship to obtain advanced training in the area of integrative and holistic medicine. This program is designed to allow fellows to develop a strong foundation in complimentary modalities including but not limited to acupuncture, mind body medicine, nutrition therapy, manipulative therapy, and botanical medicine. The curriculum can be tailored to personal interests, with an ample budget to allow for further training in self-selected areas of interest. Fellow may sit for boards as well upon completion of the fellowship. Inpatient participation to be discussed. There will be 2 half days of primary care continuity clinic, 1 half day of integrative medicine consult clinic, 1 half day of integrative medicine specialty clinic, and 1 half day of precepting per week when on non-inpatient weeks. Remaining time is set aside for administrative duties, didactics, and scholarly projects. Preference is given to graduates of St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency program, but applications are accepted from all graduates of ACGME/AOA accredited family medicine programs.   

  • Maternal-Child Health (OB) Fellowship Position

    Maternal-Child Health (OB) Fellowship Position
    Avista Adventist Hospital & St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program

    Avista Adventist Hospital and St. Anthony North Hospital partner to offer a one year fellowship in maternal-child health, specifically to prepare family medicine graduates in advanced obstetrical skills, including surgical delivery, and newborn resuscitation. The fellows spend one half time at Avista Adventist Hospital in labor and delivery, and the other half of their time in continuity clinic, elective, and precepting in the residency. Medicine skills are maintained with 5 weeks of inpatient attending with the residents at St. Anthony North. Call is taken at both Avista and St. Anthony North. Continuity clinic selections include a Community Health Center, a full spectrum private practice or the St. Anthony North clinic. Applications are accepted from all graduates of ACGME/AOA accredited family medicine programs.

  • Emergency Medicine Fellowship Position

    Emergency Medicine Fellowship Position
    Centura/USACS Physicians & St. Anthony North Family Medicine Residency

    St. Anthony North Family Medicine is offering a one year Emergency Medicine fellowship in partnership with the USACS Emergency Medicine physicians in Centura. The fellowship is designed to prepare family medicine graduates in the skills necessary to provide rural emergency medicine coverage. Fellows work in the Emergency Medicine facilities primarily at St. Anthony Hospital, a level 1 trauma center. Some additional time is spent at St. Anthony North and St. Anthony Summit, and a rural affiliate hospital as available. An Emergency Medicine physician serves as the clinical director for the fellowship and oversees the fellows’ progress in medical knowledge and clinical skills. Fellows spend 32 hours a week in the Emergency Department and 4-6 hours a week in outpatient continuity clinic. Fellows are encouraged to maintain OB and Medicine skills with 5 weeks of inpatient attending with the residents at St. Anthony North. Applications are accepted from all graduates of ACGME/AOA accredited family medicine programs.

  • Population Health Fellowship Position

    Population Health Fellowship Position
    Centura Health & St. Anthony North Family Medicine Residency

    The Centura Health System in partnership with the St. Anthony North Family Medicine Residency offers a one to two-year population health fellowship. The fellowship provides an opportunity for further training and experience in population health strategies. Fellows will select a project that is focused on improving healthcare delivery, targeted outcomes, and/or overcoming barriers to good health and healthcare. Fellows will gain the training and background knowledge needed to lead innovative healthcare programs and population health initiatives. The fellowship curriculum is led by Centura population health leaders that include the CEO for Centura Health Physician Group, CMO for Centura Global Health Initiatives, the CEO for Fullwell, and the Senior VP for Community Health Improvement. Clinical responsibilities can be outpatient only or in a variety of settings, and may include collaborating clinics in Colorado Health Neighborhoods. Recommended clinical hours to be one half of the fellow’s time, while the other half time is spent on development activities. The fellowship allows time away for projects and education and a generous budget for this. Fellows who select 2 years can work toward an MPH or similar degree. Applications are accepted from all graduates of ACGME/AOA accredited primary care programs.