Global Health Fellowship

The Division of Community and Global Health Equity in the Department of Internal Medicine is offering a one-year post-graduate fellowship. This fellowship is open to any individual who has completed a residency in Internal Medicine and who is searching for an opportunity to learn and contribute to the growing field of global health.

The Rush Global Health Fellowship, or RGHF, is a one-year fellowship with the following goals:

  • Develop fellows to become life-long leaders and advocates in promoting health equity locally and globally

  • Provide opportunities for service and learning in the areas of communicable and non-communicable diseases, social medicine and systems of health care delivery in under-resourced populations

  • Prepare the fellow for a career in global health and academic hospitalist medicine

Components

  • Six months of service in Haiti or the Dominican Republic, based on country stability and need
  • Six months of hospitalist service at RUMC
  • This includes one month of vacation time
  • Participation in a project with a presentation at a local or regional meeting
      • Projects currently in progress include a community survey of a post-earthquake resettlement community in Haiti, and an early cervical cancer detection and treatment program

Salary and Benefits 

  • The fellow will be compensated at a PGY4 level or higher and is eligible for all Rush benefits offered to attending staff
We are not accepting applications at this time. 

Contact Information for Questions

 

 
Stephanie Crane, MD
Chief, Division of Community and Global Health Equity
Co-Fellowship Director

Amanda Bradke, MD
Co-Fellowship Director