Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Montefiore Medical Center

General Information

Available positions:
3 adult CL; 1 women's mental health track; 1 child CL track
Mode of application:
The program accepts either written or ERAS applications
The ACLP Common Application may be used for written applications
Accepts common application:
Number of covered hospital beds:
706 (Moses, west campus); 421 (Weiler, east campus); 369 (Wakefield, north campus); 106 (Children's Hospital)
Number of inpatient consults per year for service:
Number of full-time faculty equivalents for service:
Annual salary:
Adult track: $80,000; Child track: $86,000-89,000
J-1 Visa accepted:
H-1 Visa Accepted:

Experience (average hours/week)

Clinical Inpatient:
Clinical Outpatient:
Didactics and Seminars:
Academic project required?

Description of Program

The Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship Program at Montefiore-Albert Einstein College of Medicine has a history of excellence in educating future leaders in the field. Working within the premier academic medical system in the Bronx, fellows have substantive exposure to Psychosomatic Medicine and its sub-specialties including Addiction Psychiatry, Transplant Psychiatry, Reproductive Psychiatry, Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Psycho-Oncology, HIV Psychiatry, Trans/Gender-Non Binary Psychiatry, ICU psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, Palliative Care and Pain Medicine. Our fellows master the diagnosis and evidence-based management of the psychiatric aspects of medical illness through hands on bedside teaching, innovative didactics and personalized supervision throughout the year. Scholarship, research, and quality improvement are essential components of our program. We look forward to helping each fellow to create an individualized learning experience over the course of the year that nurtures their interests and passions through elective time and scholarly projects. In addition, fellows have the option to pursue formal training in Bioethics, which provides a certification and credits towards a Master’s Degree in Bioethics.

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