Primary Care Transformation Fellowship

The Boonshoft School of Medicine is currently inviting Family Medicine, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine Residents to apply for the new Wright State University Primary Care Transformation Fellowship. 

Fellows will gain the skills to measure and implement strategies to improve the health of populations, work with a team to address the needs of vulnerable patients, and become an expert in practice transformation. Incorporating the six ACGME competency domains medical knowledge, patient care, professionalism, communication, practice based learning, systems of care, fellows will be integrated into clerkship and residency practice sites to provide clinical care, teach and complete QI and process improvement projects.

"The HRSA fellowship provides a unique opportunity to meet with leaders in business, medicine, and academics throughout the region. I've enjoyed returning to class as well, as an adult learner, and acquiring practical skills in administrative medicine." - Kate Berenson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
"This fellowship allows me to maintain clinical practice but also take time for other projects such as leadership development and quality improvement. The graduate coursework provides me a theoretical and practical framework for future administrative work." - Kristen Nork, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

Fellowship Leadership Team

Department of Family Medicine:

Department of Internal Medicine:

Department of Pediatrics:

Contact Us

Please contact us at primarycaretransformation@wright.edu if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.

Wright State University job site: jobs.wright.edu.

Last edited on 11/01/2018.