Vituity

Fast Track your Career in Hospital Medicine

This 14-month post-graduate program for PAs and NPs is designed to meet the demand for highly skilled advanced providers in the field of hospital medicine. The program utilizes didactic teaching, hands-on clinical training, and mentorship in a variety of internal medicine subspecialties.

As a fellow, you will develop a strong foundation to practice safely, efficiently, and compassionately in the inpatient setting. This opportunity provides specialized inpatient training to help you transition from academia to the workforce.

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Sparrow Hospital
Lansing, MI

Sparrow Hospital is home to the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the area, making us the region’s top destination for critically ill and injured patients. As Michigan’s first certified Comprehensive Stroke Center – just one of 20 nationwide – we are the regional expert for neurological care. The Sparrow Hospital Mother Baby Center is one of the most trusted in Michigan, welcoming 4,000 babies a year. We invest in state-of-the-art facilities and pioneering tech, like next-generation radiation oncology and robotic surgery systems, and a new outpatient surgery center. Sparrow is also a major teaching hospital, helping educate the next generation of healthcare professionals and leaders.

Curriculum

The Vituity Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Sparrow provides both hands-on clinical and didactic training. The curriculum is built around the Society of Hospital Medicine’s (SHM) Core Curriculum.

The clinical training involves a series of rotations through the hospital medicine teams, as well as 2-4 weeks rotations through subspecialties including cardiology, neurology, emergency medicine, infectious disease, critical care, nephrology, hematology/oncology, endocrinology and palliative care. During the HM rotations, fellows will work closely alongside NCCPA-certified PAs, AANP/ANCC-certified NPs and board-certified or board-eligible physicians who foster a positive learning environment.

The didactic training includes 4 hours each week of clinical education and discussion. We encourage participation and feedback from all fellows. Curriculum is subject to change.

  • Attending Rounds: Daily one-on-one meeting with supervising physician to review patients and formulate care plans
  • Case presentations: Fellows present topics of their choosing, highlighting clinical presentation, disease process and treatment
  • Grand Rounds: Bi-weekly cases presented by internal medicine residents
  • Reading, lecture and/or module assignments: Weekly assignments that correlate with rotations to supplement clinical training and enhance retention
  • Weekly to biweekly mentorship discussion: One-on-one meeting with faculty to review clinically relevant topics and documentation
  • Hospital Medicine Bootcamp: 3-day course that includes lectures and morning report-style case presentations

Program Leaders

Ashley Miller, PA-C
AP Fellowship Program Director

Heba Mahmoud, DO
AP Fellowship Medical Director

Eligibility

The HM fellowship is open to APs and NPs graduates of an accredited program. You must possess current MI Medical Board and current DEA licensure at start of the program. Previous EMS/ED work experience is highly desirable but not required.

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