MedServe North Carolina Fellowships in Primary Care Medicine
MedServe provides a 2-year, full-time, post-college community service fellowship in rural and other underserved community primary care sites in North Carolina. Graduates with a medical-related undergraduate degree get hands-on clinical experience, as well as take on a community role that allows for the understanding of how primary care issues can be addressed outside the walls of a clinic.
Fellows may serve as part of the primary care team in the roles of:
- Medical scribe
- Medical assistant
- Medical interpreter
- Community health worker
- Health coach
- Quality improvement
- Population health specialist
In additional to the experiential portion of the fellowship, participants will work through a curriculum that includes:
- A 2-week training institute featuring medical school content
- Ongoing virtual curriculum
- Support in mastering key program competencies
- Medical school preparatory workshops
- Academic support in completing an individual research project
Eligible applicants are recent college graduates in medical-related fields who have an interest in attending medical school or in community service in rural and other underserved communities in North Carolina.
Fellows receive a $20,000 annual stipend.
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