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MFM Fellowship-How to Apply

The Women & Infants MFM Fellowship Program is accepting applications through the ERAS system.

Program Director: Barbara M. O'Brien, MD
Program Coordinator: Tracey Conti

Email: bmobrien@wihri.org
Email: tconti@wihri.org
Address:
Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Women & Infants Hospital
101 Dudley Street
Providence, RI 02905-2401
Telephone: (401) 274-1100, extension 47467
Fax: (401) 453-7622
Prerequisites:
ABOG eligibility and state medical license

First Year Salary:
PGY 5-7 equivalent
Program Contents:
Research (18 months)
Clinical (18 months)

The Process

  1. Application Review
    In order for an application to be considered for review, it must be complete in the ERAS system. The following documents are required to be uploaded with your application to be considered complete:

    1. The online application must be filled out in its entirety (please be sure to include your home phone number, pager number).
    2. Curriculum Vitae.
    3. A personal statement, not to exceed one typed page.
    4. Three references letter.

  2. Interview
    The completed applications are reviewed. Candidates selected for an interview are contacted by phone or email, usually May through July as applications are completed. An interview is required for consideration. Interviews generally take place between the first week of July and continue until the second week of September.

  3. Selection
    The MFM fellowship program is a member of the NRMP. The program complies and follows the guidelines as a member. Applicants must register with the NRMP.

We appreciate your interest in our MFM fellowship program and look forward to receiving your application!

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