Faculty Development Fellowship
Prepare for your career in family medicine by applying for the St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency. Learn more about leadership, teaching, and academics.
The St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency is offering a Faculty Development/Junior Faculty Fellowship Position. This non-ACGME accredited position in our residency program lasts for one year (August 1 to July 31). During the fellowship, the fellow will work on training in leadership, teaching, and scholarly activity. Clinically, there are up to 10 weeks each year of attending inpatient medicine or obstetric/newborn nursery coverage. Fellows take part in faculty attending call averaging two to three weeknights a month. There are four half-days of outpatient clinic and one to two half-days of clinic precepting a week when not attending inpatient services. The remaining time is set aside for administrative duties, academics, and scholarly projects. The successful candidate will apply for the University of North Carolina Faculty Development Fellowship program or similar longitudinal program to participate in over the year. The position includes the cost of the off-site program and travel to the sessions.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted from all graduates of ACGME/AOA-accredited family medicine programs. Interested Family Medicine PGY-3 applicants should mail, fax, or email their CV, cover letter, procedure log and three letters of recommendation (1 LOR should be from your program director) to:
- Fellowship Coordinator
St. Anthony North Family Medicine Residency Program
- 14300 Orchard Parkway
Residency Administration Office
Westminster, CO 80023
- Phone: 720-627-4045
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About Randy Xun
Randy Xun is a Washington native, who has lived all over the United States, but is excited to finally call Colorado home. He enjoys hiking, soccer, tennis, pub trivia, and Broadway musicals.
Why he chose this program
Randy wanted to find a place where he could continue doing full-scope family medicine, while at the same time be allowed to cultivate his interests in a supportive environment.
Point of care ultrasound, transgender health, substance use disorders, prenatal care