The Department of Family and Social Medicine’s mission is to promote the health of underserved communities, train future healthcare leaders, and advocate for social justice through collaborative primary care delivery, education, and research.
Our vision is to successfully advance social change, leading to healthy, empowered communities and transformed health care delivery that provides exemplary, equitable, and humanistic care for all.
We believe that:
The NYC Homeless Healthcare Fellowship in partnership with Montefiore-Einstein
The NYC Homeless Healthcare Fellowship offers a one-year training program that will support up to three licensed, board eligible primary care physicians who join select NYC homeless health organizations as fellows. Supported by the NYC Collaborative for Homeless Healthcare in partnership with Montefiore-Einstein DFSM Post-Graduate Curriculum in Homeless Healthcare, the fellowship welcomes graduating residents and early career primary care providers who are passionate about providing care for individuals experiencing homelessness. The NYC Homeless Healthcare Fellowship pairs fellows with experienced homeless healthcare clinicians for clinical training and oversight; provides psychosocial support to promote trauma-informed care, combat burnout and vicarious trauma, and foster resiliency; improves skills related to substance use disorder, wound care, and communicable diseases; and engages fellows in meaningful work to promote skills in advocacy and public health.
The Department of Family and Social Medicine’s mission is to promote the health of underserved communities, train future healthcare leaders, and advocate for social justice through collaborative primary care delivery, education, and…
|NYC Homeless Healthcare Fellowship (Physician)||Bronx, NY||February 13, 2021|