Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
IM Residency HIV Primary Care Track -In addition to traditional inpatient and ambulatory rotations, residents engage in longitudinal Primary Care of PLWH in a 1800 plus patients Ryan White funded clinic in urban NJ, attend HIV focused didactics and conduct QA/QI research in co-morbid chronic conditions such as DM, HTN, CVD in PLWH. Residents learn to provide care to a diverse community with a focus on social determinants of health and trauma informed care. The practice also is the home of the Rutgers Transgender Care program which is integrated into HIV care and Prevention. The clinic is the main continuity care site as well for the ID Fellows and provides Addiction services to individuals living with HIV and other infections associated with injection drug use.
Program start: Interviews held August through October
Program Length : HIV Clinical Post Grad Fellowship, 1 year, ID Fellowship 2 years, IM Residency HIV Primary Care Track 3 years
Applications accepted: September 30 (annually)
Related experience/interests: Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
Eligibility: The New Jersey Medical School Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program accepts applications only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Location: Newark, NJ
Program Director: Diana Finkel, DO
Additional Contact: Daniel Matassa, MD (IM Residency Program Director)