The Physician Fellowship Program in Geriatric Medicine at Duke University Medical Center has a long, proud tradition of excellence in clinical care, teaching, and research. We believe the experiences and mentoring provided in the course of the fellowship help trainees identify career goals and take the first crucial steps toward achieving them. This website offers important documentation of fellowship curriculum materials, important contact information, and schedules for call and conferences.
The first year of the fellowship is intended to provide trainees with in-depth experience in a variety of settings with the full spectrum of patients and problems that geriatricians in any type of practice will encounter.
The first year is divided...
This topic provides key information about taking call during your geriatrics fellowship.
Long Term Care
This topic covers key issues for covering long term care patients, both in continuity and on-call. It contains institution specific information for all the various sites.
VA Continuity Clinic
This topic contains key information about the geriatrics clinic at the VA hospital, including clinic policies and procedures as well as up-to-date schedules.
This topic contains a comprehensive list of conferences, workshops and seminars available to felllows throughout the first year.
Evaluation and Learning Plans
This file contains information about fellow evaluation and learning plans.
Articles and resources relevant to the core fellowship rotation objectives.
This file includes key program administrative documents, including the program information form (PIF) and key policies.