MedServe North Carolina Fellowships in Primary Care Medicine
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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
- Medical scribe
- Medical assistant
- Medical interpreter
- Community health worker
- Health coach
- Quality improvement specialist
- Population health specialist
In additional to the experiential portion of the
fellowship, participants will work through a curriculum
- A 2-week training institute
- Quarterly skill summits
Eligible applicants are recent college graduates (including graduate students) 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.
Amount of funding
Fellows are AmeriCorps members. Fellows receive a $22,000
annual stipend and an education award of $7,395 at the
end of each year of service.
Links to additional guidance and the
online application are available on the program
The early bird application cycle closes on December 1,
2023. The main round application cycle closes on February
Health workforce education and training · Health workforce pipeline · Interprofessional training of the health workforce · Primary care · North Carolina
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