This one-year training program is created specifically for physicians who have completed the International Medicine and Public Health Diploma Program and are intent on a full-time career in the field of international medicine. Equipped with the skills and experience provided by the INMED International Medicine Fellowship, graduates will be prepared to design, initiate, and lead health interventions in low-resource communities.
Only a limited number of INMED International Medicine Fellowship positions are available at any given time. Current Fellowship openings include:
- Baptist Medical Center, Ghana. INMED is accepting applications for one position with a flexible start date. Preference will be given to applicants with surgical skills. Financial support is provided, including a basic salary, travel expenses, and insurance.
At the completion of the INMED International Medicine Fellowship graduates in the context of a low-resource community will be able to:
- Prevent, diagnose and treat the leading diseases of poverty
- Prevent, diagnose and treat HIV infection
- Provide for the health of pregnant women and newborns
- Demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills used in low-resource settings
- Advance community-wide health promotion and death/disability prevention
- Assure that healthcare is culturally appropriate
- Mitigate disaster risk and respond to disaster events
- Design and implement healthcare as part of a leadership team
- Transfer healthcare skills to other personnel