Residency and Fellowship

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Information on Residency and Fellowship

As one of the largest medical residency programs in the country, we provide postgraduate clinical training to more than 1,400 residents across 150 accredited residency and fellowship programs.

Our physicians are at the forefront of their fields. All actively mentor and cultivate a new generation of leaders committed to healthcare that is both excellent and equitable, while also providing a unique opportunity for hands-on training.  

Our progressive focus on comprehensive rather than fragmented care provides the ideal training ground for healthcare leaders of the future. To remain on the cutting-edge of training, we develop and expand programs that advance teamwork, communication and decision-making.

These programs, coupled with our mission and vision draw residents from top medical schools, including Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Yale School of Medicine, who are particularly committed to increasing access to excellent care in an underserved population.

Our physicians currently work at a number of leading academic medical centers throughout the country—including the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore and Montefiore Health System hospitals.

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Academic Pediatric Association Young Investigator Award

Anne Fuller, MD

Anne Fuller, MD, Academic General Pediatrics Fellow, CHAM, was awarded the Academic Pediatric Association Young Investigator Award for her study, “Strategies for Improving Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs,” which explores the prevalence of challenges and material hardships among families of children with special health care needs. Dr. Fuller’s research also examines the strategies caregivers utilize to meet such challenges. The findings of this study could help inform interventions to optimize care for children with special health care needs in the primary care setting.

Rachel Gross, MD—Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and faculty within the division of Academic General Pediatrics, CHAM—is Dr. Fuller's primary mentor for this project.