PEDIATRIC INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
Submit applications to the Stanford Pediatrics Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program by email directly to program director, Dr. Ann Ming Yeh (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mail to the program address. We are not participating in ERAS or The NRMP Match.
The program was approved July 2017 and seeks to match 1 fellow for the class of 2018-2019, and will consider applicants with clinical backgrounds in Pediatrics and related subspecialties.
We aim to contact applicants starting in August to schedule interviews from September through November 2017.
Why apply for this fellowship?
Stanford Children's Health has the highest concentration of integrative medicine trained and practicing pediatricians in the country.
We have pediatric subspecialists in the fields of pediatric pulmonary, gastroenterology, rheumatology, genetics, neonatology, pain anesthesia. Our faculty are involved nationally on a research and educational level in their own subspecialty organizations as well as with national integrative medicine organizations. Additionally the integrative medicine faculty at Stanford includes providers with expertise in acupuncture, mind body modalities (biofeedback, clinical hypnosis, and mindfulness) and plant-based nutrition.
The integrative medicine faculty have developed pediatric specific curriculum and educational teaching conferences and case conferences to complement the world renown Arizona University Center of Integrative Medicine distance learning fellowship curriculum.
Personalization & Stanford Opportunity
The fellowship has significant built-in elective time to allow the fellow to customize their learning according to their individual learning objectives. In addition to gaining broad fund of knowledge in pediatric integrative medicine, the fellow has an opportunity to pursue additional training.
Uniquely situated on Stanford campus and within a vast catchment area including satellite clinics, you will be positioned to explore your interests, work with diverse populations, network, and collaborate across disciplines.
To Apply, please forward:
Universal Application (download)
Medical School Transcript (certified English translation if from foreign institution)
Three Letters of Recommendation
MSPE/Dean's Letter (Required for U.S. medical graduates; provide if available for foreign medical graduates)
NOTE: The program will not be accomodating applicants requiring VISAs during this application cycle.
We are working out details of partnership and funding coordination with UACIM and welcome any questions you have as you consider and prepare your application to our program.
Join us and take the next step in your education
LPCH Stanford is a special place to learn
Ann Ming Yeh, MD
Program Mailing Address
Pediatric Office of Education, Stanford
Sara Salem, Coordinator for PIM
300 Pasteur Drive
Grant Bldg, S224
Stanford, CA 94305