The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Program is a twelve-month program providing intensive training to both the clinical complexity of family practice in the safety net setting and a high-performance patient-centered medical home model for primary care.
The program is specifically intended for primary care nurse practitioners who are committed to developing careers as PCPs in the challenging setting of community health centers and other safety net settings. The fellowship is a full-time, twelve-month salaried position with benefits. There is a one-year commitment to employment at Thundermist after completion of the program. The program structure includes precepted primary care sessions, specialty rotations, and didactic sessions.
Our fellowship training program aligns directly with Thundermist’s model of high-performance, team-based health care: advanced access scheduling, planned care, the chronic care model, and integrated behavioral health/primary care.
The 2020-2021 residency class will begin in September 2020 and conclude in August 2021.