Updated: April 2021

Integrative Medicine Fellowships

In 2020, the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health assumed the role of recognizing integrative medicine fellowship programs from the ABOIM.

In this role, the Academic Consortium Fellowship Review Committee sets and monitors the educational standards for integrative medicine fellowship programs.

The following is a listing of Fellowships currently approved by the American Board of Integrative Medicine. Completion of one of these fellowship programs satisfies eligibility requirement 3(A).

Arizona

University of Arizona/Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
Fellowship in Integrative Medicine

California

Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM)
AIHM Inter-professional Fellowship in Integrative Health & Medicine

Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency, Integrative Medicine Fellowship
Sutter Santa Rosa IM4Us (Integrative Medicine Fellowship for the Under Served)

UCLA Center for East-West Medicine
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
Clinical Fellowship in Integrative Medicine (CFIM)
Faculty Scholars Program

Illinois

George Washington University and the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
Integrative Medicine Employee Education/Fellowship Pilot

Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University
Integrative Medicine Fellowship
Faculty Fellowship

Maine

Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship at Maine Medical Center through the University of Arizona
Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship

Massachusetts

Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Tufts University
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Michigan

University of Michigan
Integrative Medicine Fellowship
Primary Faculty Fellowship
Secondary Faculty Fellowship

New York

Mount Sinai Institute for Family Health (IFH) Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship
IFH Fellowship

Weill Cornell Integrative Health and Medicine Fellowship
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Ohio

Alliance Integrative Medicine/Integrative Medicine Foundation
Integrative Medicine Physician of Excellence Program

Ohio State University
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Pennsylvania

Thomas Jefferson University
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Washington, DC

The George Washington University
Integrative Geriatric Fellowship

The George Washington University
Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Fellowship
Academic Integrative Health (AIH) Fellowship

Non-Active Programs

  • University of Kansas – Graduates of this program remain eligible under eligibility requirement 3(A).
  • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine – Graduates of this program remain eligible under eligibility requirement 3(A).
  • University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB Health) – Graduates of this program remain eligible under eligibility requirement 3(A).
  • Stamford Hospital, an affiliate of Columbia University – Graduates of this program remain eligible under eligibility requirement 3(A).
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