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Adolescent Medicine Fellowship

The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship program of Northwestern University McGaw Medical Center is a three-year ACGME-accredited program based at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

Meet the Fellows

Overview

The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship program is designed to provide the fellow an extensive and comprehensive foundation in the field of adolescent medicine. The mission of our Adolescent Medicine Program is to provide trainees with opportunities to become:

  • Expert clinicians with skills in primary care, inpatient and outpatient consultative care, care for marginalized populations, reproductive and gynecologic care, gender and sexual development, management of substance use disorders, treatment of common mental health concerns, and care for youth infected with HIV.
  • Expert leaders of multidisciplinary teams.
  • Leaders in clinical & translational research with a specific focus on health disparities affecting marginalized youth.
  • Exceptional educators and mentors for medical trainees and community providers in adolescent health care.
  • Effective advocates for adolescents at local, regional, national and international levels.
  • Our program is committed to being individualized and creative taking into account each trainees interests and career goals. Our program has a focus on public health issues that affect marginalized populations and we promote and encourage interdisciplinary care models that include and elevate the voices of the youth we provide care for.

To learn even more about the fellowship program watch the below video and visit Northwestern Medicine’s informational page.