Home   |  Member Directory   |  Contact Us   |  Login My Account



clientuploads/AAGP15 square.jpgThe AAGP 2015 Annual Meeting will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana, March 27-30, 2015.  Register here! Late Breaking Research Poster Submissions are due January 15, 2015. Submit your proposal at www.AAGPmeeting.org.

Learn the latest information on dementia, late-life depression, and much more presented at the AAGP 2014 Annual Meeting and earn CME online. More>>

LEGISLATIVE ACTIONLearn about AAGP's powerhouse government affairs program and become a member of AAGP's Partnership for Grassroots Advocacy. More>>

AAGP STUDENT ZONEGeriatric psychiatry offers rich opportunities for researchers and clinicians in geriatric issues and health services. AAGP offers many opportunities for medical students, residents, and geriatric psychiatry fellows. More>>



Fellowship Programs

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) website lists geriatric psychiatry training programs. Visit www.acgme.org/adspublic and select "List of Programs by Specialty". In the pull-down menu, select Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry, and "view programs" for the full list.

Complete list of Geriatric Psychiatry websites (PDF).  Provided courtesy of the AAGP MIT Caucus.

Following are program descriptions posted by AAGP members.                                            

Training Directors:  List your fellowship program.

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship
Madison, WI

Program Director:
Lisa L. Boyle, MD, MPH
Director of the University of Wisconsin GFPF
608-256-1901 x17976

Program Website:

The University of Wisconsin/Madison VA Hospital Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program (GPFP) began in 1980, making it one of the oldest in the country. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine, it is committed to preparing physicians to meet the challenges of providing care to elderly patients with complex, interacting psychiatric, medical and social problems. This has been achieved through an integrated program where geriatric psychiatry fellows and geriatric medicine fellows work closely with each other and with interdisciplinary teams, under the clinical supervision of geriatric psychiatry and geriatric medicine faculty members, who themselves work and teach in tandem. The GPFP is a key component of the Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) based at the Madison VA Hospital.

The one-year training program provides fellows with opportunities to provide direct care and consultations for patients in a number of different clinical settings, including outpatient sites such as the Mental Health Clinic and Geriatric Evaluation and Management clinics at the Madison VA Hospital, along with long-term care facility consultation at the Badger Prairie Health Care Center, and inpatient geriatric psychiatry acute services at Mendota mental health Institute. The fellow also trains at the world-renowned Dane County Mental Health Center’s Mobile Outreach to Seniors Team for geropsychiatry home-based care. The fellow also develops their professional identity as a geriatric psychiatrist by serving as junior attending staffing resident and medical student cases and developing their skills as clinical educators both within the Madison VA and University of Wisconsin sites and in the community.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Lisa Boyle
Director of the University of Wisconsin GFPF
2500 Overlook Terrace, Mailbox 116A
Madison, WI, 53705
608-256-1901 ext. 17976


New Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program at Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

Program Director:
Paul Newhouse, M.D.
Director, Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program
Jim Turner Chair in Cognitive Disorders
Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Pharmacology and Medicine
Director, Center for Cognitive Medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

The Department of Psychiatry at Vanderbilt University is pleased to announce its ACGME-accredited geriatric psychiatry fellowship geared toward training the next generation of leaders in clinical and academic geriatric psychiatry. A joint effort between the Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry and the Tennessee Valley Healthcare Systems VA Hospitals, the fellowship program provides a well-rounded educational and clinical training experience in geriatric psychiatry within the context of an outstanding academic medical center with a broad base of clinical and research activities relevant to aging.

The Fellowship is designed to provide a 12-month intensive training experience to be taken after the initial 4 years of General Psychiatry training. The program will prepare trainees for clinical and academic leadership in the field of Geriatric Psychiatry and for the certification examination for Added Qualifications in Geriatric Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Training consists of clinical rotations focused on geriatric sub-specialty training.

• Clinical training will involve progressively more senior responsibilities and participation with multi-disciplinary teams of professionals in a variety of practice sites in both medical center and community settings.
• Didactics will consist of seminars, directed readings, case conferences, and journal clubs.
• Scholarly activity will also include initiation of and/or participation in ongoing clinical research through the world-class facilities and resources of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. 

For applications or questions regarding the program visit the following website:


About Vanderbilt University
Founded in 1873, Vanderbilt is a top 20 private research university located in Tennessee’s capitol city, Nashville. The combination of cutting edge research, liberal arts, nationally recognized schools of education, business and divinity and a distinguished medical center creates an invigorating atmosphere where students tailor their education to meet their goals and researchers collaborate to solve complex questions affecting our health, culture and society. Vanderbilt provides a gateway to greatness, drawing the best and brightest from across the nation and around the world. All of this, in over 240 buildings and home to nearly 70 sculptures nestled gently on 330 park-like acres designated as a national arboretum. For more information, visit www.vanderbilt.edu.


UCLA Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow PGY-5

Los Angeles, CA

Program Director
Randall Espinoza, MD, MPH
Program website:  http://www.semel.ucla.edu/fellowship/geriatric

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow PGY-5

The UCLA Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program is a major component of UCLA's nationally acclaimed Geriatrics Initiative. Trainees are exposed to the full range of geriatric psychiatric disorders in a variety of clinical settings and receive close supervision from experienced faculty. Advances in research on aging and geriatric mental health by our renowned faculty informs clinical care and equips fellows with the most innovative approaches to depression, psychosis, age-related memory loss, Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, and other geriatric mental health issues. Training at UCLA includes instruction in the most recent technologies, range of treatments (somatic and non-somatic), legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial aspects of geriatric psychopathology. UCLA faculty are involved nationally in geriatric psychiatry training curriculum development, and the program fosters training for future education leaders. Many opportunities for research training are also available to fellows interested in leadership roles in academic psychiatry.

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact:

Karina Amaya
Housestaff Education Coordinator
UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
Department of Psychiatry, Office of Education
760 Westwood Plaza, Room 37-384
Los Angeles, CA 90024-1759
310.825.0018 Direct
310.825.6483 Fax

posted September 2014

University of South Florida Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship
Tampa, FL

Program Director
Jean M. Fils, MD
Website: http://health.usf.edu/medicine/psychiatry/education/geriatric_psychiatry.htm

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship
The Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program at University of South Florida in Tampa, sponsored by the James Haley VA Medical Center offers two (2) ACGME-accredited positions to qualify . Our program offers high quality training to the fellows during that year with a diverse fellowship trained faculty and learning environment. Clinical settings include the James Haley VA Medical Center, USF Memory Disorder Clinic, the Suncoast Gerontology Center or the Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, at the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute. We emphasize a strong didactic curriculum in addition to the clinical rotations in inpatient, outpatient, nursing home, ECT and TMS, consultation services and Home-based Primary Care, geriatric medicine. Fellows work with a multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists, geriatrician, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists, nurses, therapists, and geriatric social workers, etc.

Applicants to this program will have completed a general psychiatry program or will be completing one prior to entry into this program. Applicants must also have completed Part 3 of the USMLE and be eligible for a Florida medical license.

posted September 2014

Loyola University Medical Center Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow
Chicago, IL

Program Director
Gauri Khatkhate, MD
708-202-8387 ext 24285
gauri.khatkhate@va.gov Website :

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow

Loyola University Medical Center is now accepting applications for a one year ACGME-accredited fellowship in geriatric psychiatry.  There is one position available for the 2014-2015 academic year.  The fellowship aims to train the next generation of clinicians, educators, experts, and leaders in the field of geriatric psychiatry.  Fellows learn to provide competent and compassionate care to a growing older adult population.  They become skilled in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of psychiatric disorders in this age group using multiple therapeutic modalities including pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and psychosocial and community based interventions.  Fellows see patients from a broad spectrum of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds and encounter patients in multiple treatment settings.  In addition to comprehensive clinical training, fellows have the opportunity to teach medical students, residents, and colleagues and to participate in a  scholarly or research project.  Geriatric psychiatry fellows work closely with the geriatric medicine fellowship program as well as behavioral health trainees in psychology. Ample time is allotted for didactics and self-directed learning and fellows will be able to use elective time to tailor the program to their individual needs and interests.  A large and enthusiastic faculty provide guidance and mentorship throughout the fellowship year and beyond. Upon successful completion of the program, fellows are eligible for board certification.

posted November 2013

University of Connecticut/Hartford Hospital Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program
Farmington, CT

Program Director
Rehan Aziz, MD

Fellowship Program

The University of Connecticut/Hartford Hospital Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program is seeking a PGY-5 fellow, to start 07/01/2014, in our ACGME accredited 12-month training program in geriatric psychiatry. The program has been crafted with several goals in mind: 1) to train psychiatrists in the assessment and treatment of elders suffering from mental illness and substance abuse; 2) to provide expert care to the aged; 3) to function as consultants to other physicians or facilities; 4) to develop skills in interpreting research findings; 5) to gain knowledge in health policy and economics related to geriatric mental health; 6) to serve as educators in the field of geriatric psychiatry; and 7) to supervise junior colleagues. The University of Connecticut Health Center and Hartford Hospital are the primary clinical teaching sites. Fellows will also rotate through long-term care facilities. Our program offers a personalized learning experience, complemented by smal  l group case conferences, lectures, journal clubs, and one-on-one supervision and mentorship. Our teaching faculty is very dedicated. All applicants must have completed an ACGME-approved general psychiatry residency training program. Feel free to contact us for more information. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

posted November 2013

VA/Stanford Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program
Stanford, CA

Program Director
Jerome A. Yesavage, MD
c/o Romola L. Breckenridge
Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Stanford University School of Medicine
401 Quarry Road, Room 2208
Stanford, CA 94305-5723
(650) 736-1743

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship 2014 - 2015

The goal of the VA/Stanford Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program is to train psychiatrists to assume leadership roles in clinical and academic geriatric psychiatry. Fellows develop clinical expertise in assessing and treating the wide range of psychiatric disorders in the elderly. Fellows also develop skills in scholarly activities and administration that are required of leaders in the clinical practice community and in academia.

Accreditation-The Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship is accredited by the American Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Certifications-Trainees who successfully complete the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program are eligible to take the subspecialty certification examination in Geriatric Psychiatry offered by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN).


Clinical Rotations

Our one-year curriculum gives the fellows the opportunity to rotate on multiple services at Stanford Hospital and the Palo Alto VA Health Care System. Many of the current rotations (subject to change) include:

  • Geriatric Inpatient Psychiatry
  • Geriatric Outpatient Psychiatry
  • Geriatric Psychiatry Rehabilitation Unit (GPRU) -Extended Care/Nursing Home -Geriatric Medicine -Research -Geriatric Consult Liaison

Fellows participate in dedicated case conferences and didactics, in addition to being integral parts of the varied multidisciplinary patient care teams.

Fellowship Training Program Application Process

We are accepting applications for the July 2014 start date.

Program Eligibility Criteria:

Before entry into the program, applicants must complete or have completed an ACGME accredited psychiatry residency program that qualifies them to sit for the ABPN Psychiatry Board.

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, or possess the appropriate documentation to allow them to legally train at the Stanford University Medical Center according to School of Medicine Department of Graduate Medical Education policy.

Applications for training in the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Program must include:

  • Completed application form
  • Copy of medical school diploma and/or transcripts -Documentation of post-graduate medical education completed elsewhere -Copies of state medical license(s), DEA certificate, board certifications, when applicable -Documentation of ECFMG certification, when applicable -Documentation of VISA status, for international applicants -Curriculum Vitae -Personal Statement -Three professional letters of recommendation, one must be from the psychiatry training director documenting that the applicant meets the eligibility criterion (#1 above); and at least one from a Geriatric Psychiatry supervisor
  • Documentation of successful passing scores on USMLE parts 1, 2, and 3.

Applicants must be eligible for medical licensure in the State of California. Graduates of foreign medical schools should contact the Medical Board of California to ensure the requirements to obtain a license and practice medicine in this state have been met. You must obtain an 'Evaluation Status Letter' from the Medical Board of California, stating that your credentials are adequate to practice in this state and submit this letter with your application so your file may be reviewed.

posted November 2013

Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, NY

Program Director
Gary J. Kennedy, MD
Phone: 718-920-4236
Email: gkennedy@montefiore.org

Fellowship Postiions

Fellows are prepared for leadership positions in academia and public health institutions and for Board certification in the subspecialty of Geriatric Psychiatry. This is an ACGME accredited program with close ties to Montefiore’s Fellowship Program in the Division of Geriatric Medicine. We offer 2 positions per year and have trained more than 60 geriatric psychiatrists since the program's inception. The training sites include the Medical Center, a teaching nursing home, a home health care agency, and a naturally occurring retirement community.

Two thirds of the experience occurs in the out patient department, one sixth in the nursing home and one sixth in community settings. The curriculum includes multi-disciplinary seminars, case conferences, journal club and grand rounds. Supervision in pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, research as well as administrative psychiatry is integral to the program’s mission.

Fellows have responsibilities for teaching and supervision of students and residents in medicine and psychiatry. Fellows may participate in research studies of dementia and mild cognitive impairment and health services to depressed patients. Subsidized housing is available and there is a generous stipend provided to offset educational expenses.

Posted August 2012

Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

Program Director
Jeanne I. Dickens MD
Work Phone : 317-944-7422
E-Mail : jdickens@iupui.edu
Website : http://www.psychiatry.medicine.iu.edu

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow

Indiana University School of Medicine is seeking a PGY-5 fellow for our ACGME-accredited, 12 month geriatric psychiatry fellowship program sponsored by Roudebush VA Hospital.  We offer supervised clinical and research rotations in late life inpatient, outpatient, and long-term care treatment settings, and fellows develop mentoring relationships our faculty preceptors who have recognized expertise in Alzheimer's Disease, Cross-Cultural Epidemiologic Studies, Palliative Care, Late-Life Depressive Disorders, and other academic areas of interest.  Our program includes a comprehensive instructional schedule of seminars, lectures, and journal club sessions to prepare graduates for productive careers as leaders in clinical care, education, and academic research. All applicants must have completed ACGME-approved general psychiatry residency training.

Posted January 2012

Saint Louis University
Saint Louis, MO

Program Director
Jothika Manepalli, MD
Work Phone : 314-977-4884
E-Mail : skacso@slu.edu
Website : http://neuroandpsych.slu.edu/index.php?page=geriatric-psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The Saint Louis University Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship program, one of the longest (more than 28 years of existence), nationally and internationally recognized, is an ACGME-accredited 1-year clinical training program and has 3 positions to offer to qualified applicants at the PGY-5 level.

Fellowship program provides training in variety of clinical settings including rotations with multidisciplinary staff in the Geriatric Psychiatry Inpatient Unit at the Saint Louis University Hospital, Consultation/Liaison at St. Alexius Hospital, Geriatric Service Outpatient Clinic, nursing homes, VA Outpatient Clinic, Alzheimer’s Association and Palliative care/ hospice agencies. Faculty members include board-certified geriatric psychiatrists who are devoted to the provision of excellent supervision and teaching during all rotations.

Fellows develop proficiency in Geriatric Psychiatry diagnostic evaluations, interpreting Neuropsychological evaluations, psychopharmacology, ECT, CBT and psycho-social, behavioral and environmental modalities of treatment. Also, the program includes an extensive didactic component and offers opportunities to develop individual scholarly and research interests.

Two openings are available for the 2011-2012 academic years. For more information and application, please contact Simona Kacso, Program Coordinator, at skacso@slu.edu

Posted January 2012

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL

Program Director
M. Bates Redwine, MD
Work Phone : 205-934-6054
E-Mail : bredwine@uab.edu
Website : http://www.psychiatry.uab.edu/education/geriatric-psychiatry/

 Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry provides a comprehensive training experience in the Geriatric Psychiatry Subspecialty Program (PGY-V). The central objective of this training is to assure competency in Geriatric Psychiatry through a structured learning experience based on inpatient, outpatient, long-term care, and consultation modalities for the treatment of the psychiatrically ill and/or behaviorally disturbed geriatric (65 years and older) patient.

We are an ACGME-certified 1 year program located in Alabama's largest city, Birmingham, where residents enjoy a warm four-season climate, a low cost of living, and the cultural advantages of a large city.

Qualified trainees with interest in academic psychiatry will have opportunities for career advancement after completing the fellowship.

Requirement for the Geriatric Psychiatry Subspecialty Program: Applicants should have completed four years of an ACGME approved general psychiatry residency program.

 Posted May 2012

University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital
Miami, FL

Program Director
Elizabeth A. Crocco, MD
Work Phone : 305-355-9065
E-Mail : ecrocco@med.miami.edu
Website : http://www.jhsmiami.org/body.cfm?id=8834

Geriatric Psychiatry PGY5 Fellowship

The Geriatric Psychiatry Training Program at the Miller School of Medicine/University of Miami in affiliation with Jackson Memorial Hospital, is a full-time, ACGME-accredited, one year training program. Residents in training are assigned to clinical rotations with strong emphasis on the issues that relate to older adults in diverse clinical settings, including geriatric psychiatry inpatient, acute medical inpatient consultation-liaison as well as consultation in long term nursing and rehabilitation care. Multidisciplinary teamwork is emphasized, consisting of psychiatrists, neurologists, internists, neuropsychologists, nurses,  and social workers  with expertise in geriatrics. By means of individual supervision, small group seminars, didactic lectures, and case conferences related to clinical material and basic sciences, we provide a comprehensive training program for geriatric psychiatry. Additionally, we support membership in the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry. This includes receiving the Journal of the Association, the newsletter, with periodic updates on geriatric-specific bills that are upcoming before Congress.

Applicants should send a Jackson Memorial Hospital site specific application form with a picture, C.V., personal statement, summative evaluation letter from your Psychiatric Residency Training Director, two additional letters of reference, USMLE transcript, Valid ECFMG certificate (if applicable), Dean's Letter and MSPE, and a copy of your Medical Diploma and Residency Certificate if available to:

Elizabeth A. Crocco, M.D.
Chief, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Miller School of Medicine/University of Miami Geriatric Psychiatry Training Director Jackson Memorial Hospital
1695 NW 9th Avenue
Suite 3204A
Miami, FL 33136
Tel: (305) 355-9028
Fax: (305)355-9201

Cherie O'Neil, C-TAGME, Manager, GME
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences (D-29) University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Jackson Memorial Hospital/Mental Health Hospital Center
1695 NW 9th Avenue, Suite 3100
Miami, FL 33136
Telephone: 305-355-8260
Fax: 305-355-7266
email: coneil@miami.edu
URL: http://psychiatry.med.miami.edu/

Posted October 2012

University of Iowa Hospitals
Iowa City, IA

Program Director
Judith H. W. Crossett, MD, PhD
Work Phone : 319 384-8211
E-Mail : judith-crossett@uiowa.edu

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow

We offer a one-year, clinically based, collaborative program in a top-ranked teaching hospital in a state with a high percentage of geriatric population.
The dedicated inpatient geriatric unit allows the fellow progressive experience in managing and supervising the care of geriatric inpatients. Rotations also include neurology clinics, particularly Memory Disorders, Movement, and Stroke Clinics; Palliative Care and Hospice; Geriatric Medicine Clinic, and consult-liaison service. We cooperate with other fellowship programs in Geriatric Medicine and Dentistry for some didactic experiences, and with two off-campus sites: a comprehensive Rehabilitation Medicine service in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and a state-run Veterans Home. Three board-certified geriatric psychiatrists lead the teaching and supervision.

Our program allows flexibility to fill all ACGME requirements but concentrate on research, teaching, or any relevant clinical interest. There is active research in imaging, genetics, Alzheimer's disease, and ECT among other areas.

Posted November 2012

New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY

Program Director:
Robert E. McCue, M.D.
Phone: 646-754-4845
Email: robert.mccue@nyumc.org
Website: http://psych.med.nyu.edu/education/fellowship-training/geriatric-psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The NYU Department of Psychiatry offers a one-year ACGME-accredited Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship whose mission is to produce clinical and academic leaders in geriatric psychiatry and to prepare fellows for board certification in the subspecialty of geriatric psychiatry. The program is closely integrated with the ACGME-accredited fellowship in geriatric medicine.

Utilizing the vast resources of the NYU Langone Medical Center, the clinical rotations include the geriatric psychiatry inpatient unit, geriatric psychiatry outpatient service, cognitive disorders assessment unit, long-term care facility, and psychiatric consultation-liaison service for both medically ill geriatric inpatients and outpatients. Fellows can take advantage of the many clinical, academic, and research opportunities of Bellevue Hospital, Tisch Hospital, and the NYU Center of Excellence in Brain Aging.

Fellows have responsibilities for teaching and supervision of students and residents in psychiatry. The curriculum includes participation in one of the many research studies at NYU Langone Medical Center. A generous stipend is provided. Applicants must have an active New York State medical license at the start of the fellowship.

Posted March 2013

University of Hawaii
Honolulu, HI 

Program Director:
Junji Takeshita, M.D.
Phone: 808-586-7428
Email: slai@hawaiiresidency.org
Website: http://www.hawaiiresidency.org/psychiatry-fellowship/the-geriatric-psychiatry-residency-training-program

PGY-5 Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow

The University of Hawai'i Geriatric Psychiatry Residency Training Program is a one-year fellowship program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).  The program embraces a biopsychosocial approach and focuses on integrating psychiatric, medical and neurologic care of patients with neuro-psychiatric disorders of the elderly. Multi-disciplinary teamwork and close collaboration with the Geriatric Medicine Program of the University of Hawaii are also emphasized.  The program trains fellows to obtain proficiency in the six ACGME Core Competencies; Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Professionalism, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Interpersonal and Communication Skills and Systems-Based Practice.

The primary purpose of the Program is to provide fellows with a rich educational experience in a variety of clinical settings. The multiple methods of teaching are used and include supervision of clinical experience, formal instruction through seminars, conferences, participation in research, teaching and administrative activity. In addition self-directed and lifelong learning are strongly encouraged. The curriculum will provide a thorough and well-balanced presentation of diagnostic or therapeutic procedures in the field of geriatric psychiatry.

To learn more, please visit: http://www.hawaiiresidency.org/psychiatry-fellowship/the-geriatric-psychiatry-residency-training-program
Sharon Lai, Administrative Assistant, 1356 Lusitana Street, 4th Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, 808-586-7428, slai@hawaiiresidency.org

Posted April 2013

University of Rochester           
Rochester, NY

Program Director:

Lisa L. Boyle, MD, MPH
Director, Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry
University of Rochester Medical Center
Box Psych, 300 Crittenden Blvd
Rochester, NY 14642
fax 585-273-1082
Website: Geripsychtraining.urmc.edu

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The University of Rochester Medical Center is a nationally recognized center for excellence in geriatric psychiatry along with allied fields including neurobiology and aging, gerontology, and geriatric medicine. We have offered fellowship training in geriatric psychiatry since 1983, as part of a rich educational tradition in multidisciplinary clinical and academic activities. The geriatric psychiatry fellow (i.e. PGY-5 resident) pursues supervised rotations in actue, intermediate care, consultation, long-term care, palliative care, outpatient, and community aging services settings. She or he gains expertise in the evaluation and care of older people suffering a wide variety of mental disorders in the context of comormid physical illnesses, families, living situations, and social support services. The clinical rotations and supervision, along with a structured-yet-flexible series of didactics, prepares the fellow for successful completion of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology's Examination for Added Qualifications in Geriatric Psychiatry. Additionally, for qualified individuals, there are options to extend training beyond the traditional one year program. For fellows interested in careers in clinical education, we have the Interdisciplinary Geriatric Fellowship - Medicine, Psychiatry, Dentistry and Psychology sponsored by the Health Resources and Services Administration, which offers a second year of fellowship training.

Posted October 2013

Carilion Clinic - Virginia Tech Carilion Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship            
Roanoke, VA

Program Director:

Azziza (Kemi) Bankole, M.D.             
Work Phone : 540-981-8597          
E-Mail : aobankole@carilionclinic.org               
Website : http://www.carilionclinic.org/education/geriatric-psych-fellowship

The Carilion Clinic - Virginia Tech Carilion Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship trains physicians to be highly competent and caring geriatric psychiatry practitioners. The fellowship also advances first-class mental health care in southwestern Virginia by improving the system of care of geriatric psychiatry and by providing community and professional education in geriatric psychiatry topics.

Our mission is to provide an unequaled, real-life learning experience in geriatric psychiatry that prepares our graduates to be highly competent in clinical geriatric care, geriatric research and geriatric education.

This real-life preparation is gained through diverse clinical opportunities, world-class faculty teaching and a training program that gives careful attention to balancing the fellow’s autonomy, supervision, mentoring and time, devoted to research and didactic activities.

Posted October 2013


6728 Old McLean Village Drive - McLean, VA 22101
Ph: (703) 556-9222 Fax: (703) 556-8729
main@aagponline.org  | Admin Login
Web Design Company

Copyright 2011
All Rights Reserved