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Our Addiction Medicine Fellowship provides a rich 12-month training experience that not only meets ACGME core requirements but also compliments our "niches" at Cambridge Health Alliance, including an interdisciplinary biopsychosocial approach to care, integrated behavioral health, motivational interviewing, health equity, group-based treatment, medical education expertise, a high volume of teaching opportunities, and shared learning across multiple fellowship sites.

We have a dynamic faculty representing multiple disciplines and roles with decades of experience in addiction, pain, mental health, and primary care. The Fellow will get a variety of inpatient and outpatient experiences and various "levels of care" experiences (inpatient and outpatient consulting, intensive outpatient programs, OTPs, outpatient specialty SUD clinics, primary care addiction clinics, and group visits for patients on buprenorphine and methadone).

We have the full support of our 3 main departments at CHA: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Psychiatry. We will also provide learning through collaborations with fellowships at nearby sites, including Brown, Boston University, and Massachusetts General Hospital. Our fellow will thus graduate fully competent to make a dent in caring for patients struggling with SUDs while teaching others and engaging in associated scholarly activities, thus further making an educational impact.

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