Addiction Medicine Advanced Practitioner Fellowship Training* Program
Learn to support patients’ mental health and substance use disorders through treatment and recovery.
Advanced practitioners, including PA-Cs and CRNPs, will be trained in integrated mental health and SUD/OUD services, including medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) in a primary care, underserved community setting.
Our 12-month addiction medicine advanced practitioner program accepts trainees to begin in July and January of each year. This is a full-time, daytime program consisting of rotation blocks and weekly didactics.
To apply, you must be a board-certified practitioner with an active Commonwealth of Pennsylvania AP license.
*Due to funding guidelines, “training program” is incorporated into the program name.