Division of GIM fellowships
The Division of General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics offers several fellowship opportunities located at OHSU and the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Samuel H. Wise fellowship in general internal medicine
The Samuel Wise Fellowship is an endowed fellowship for Board Certified / Board Eligible internists seeking to develop an area of scholarly expertise in academic general internal medicine. The program is based in the Division of Internal Medicine & Geriatrics at the Oregon Health & Science University. It is designed to prepare individuals for careers as clinician-investigators or clinician-educators in academic general internal medicine. The fellowship is 2 years, with an optional 3rd year considered on an individual basis during the fellows' 2nd year.
Addiction medicine fellowship
The Oregon Health & Science University Addiction Medicine Fellowship offers diverse community-based and academic medical center training opportunities in Portland, Oregon, and the surrounding metro area. In addition to inpatient consult rounds at OHSU, fellows gain substantial exposure to community-based training environments including Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation outpatient and residential facilities; Central City Concern, a safety net organization that focuses on homeless and uninsured patients; and CODA, Inc., Oregon’s largest non-profit opioid treatment program.
Geriatric medicine fellowship
The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Division of General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics at the Oregon Health & Science University together offer a one-year accredited clinical Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine. We also offer a three-year program consisting of one year of clinical Geriatrics combined with two-years of Geriatric research in partnership with our General Medicine Fellowship program.
Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship
The Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Division of Internal Medicine & Geriatrics at the Oregon Health & Science University offer an ACGME-accredited, truly interdisciplinary, one year clinical fellowship in Palliative Medicine and Hospice. Faculty includes physicians from Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Anesthesiology, Geriatric Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiation Oncology and Psychiatry.
Point-of-care ultrasound fellowship
For clinician users of Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) almost everyone can share their "lightbulb moment", where using ultrasound at the bedside changed the way they thought about a patient, and opened their eyes to the potential benefit for future patients. The Division of General Internal Medicine together with the Point-of-care Ultrasound Group at Oregon Health and Science University embraced the integration of POCUS into education and clinical care with the creation of a novel, one-year fellowship in 2016, becoming only the second of its kind in the nation at the time. Like similar Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowships, this fellowship is non-ACGME accredited.