School of Medicine


FELLOWSHIP IN URGENT CARE MEDICINE

 


DESCRIPTION:                               
A one year post-graduate training program in Urgent Care Medicine 
FELLOWSHIP DIRECTOR:           
Natasha Ria Cruz, MD
Program Director, Urgent Care Fellowship
Senior Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
Director of Education, Chagrin Highlands Urgent Care
DEPARTMENT:                              
Department of Family Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
University Hospitals Case Medical Center
DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN:      
George E. Kikano, MD, CPE, FAAFP
Professor of Family Medicine,
Case Western Reserve University 
University Hospitals Case Medical Center
STATUS: Non-ACGME-Accredited Program
FUNDING: Self-Funded
ELIGIBILITY:                                  
Graduates of Accredited Residencies in:
- Family Medicine
- Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
LENGTH OF TRAINING: One year (12 months)
SIZE OF FELLOWSHIP: Two Urgent Care Fellows each academic year
FELLOWSHIP START DATE: August 1st of each academic year
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 1st of the earlier academic year
CONTACT: Natasha.Cruz@uhhospitals.org or (216) 896-1800


URGENT CARE FELLOWSHIP MISSION

To provide a supply of formally trained physicians capable of performing at the highest levels of clinical competency and efficiency necessary for success in an urgent care setting.