Advanced Clinical Provider Fellowship
Part of Northwell Health’s mission statement is the commitment to educating the current and future generations of healthcare professionals. As NY State’s largest private employer, Northwell Health recognizes the value that Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners contribute to the healthcare landscape. In alignment with our commitment to on-going education and career advancement of our providers, we are pleased to announce the development of an Advanced Clinical Provider (ACP) Fellowship.The ACP Fellowship is open to Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners who wish to obtain the advanced knowledge and technical skills necessary to provide world-class care in a variety of medical sub-specialties. We are offering fellowship tracks in Cardiothoracic Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Advanced Cardiac Imaging, Orthopedics, Primary Care, Palliative Medicine, Neurology, Hospital Medicine, and Radiation Oncology.
The goal of the ACP Fellowship Program is to provide Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners with the opportunity to learn and train in a structured, mentored environment so that they may become extraordinary healthcare providers in their chosen field. We strive to craft individuals who function at the top of their license, provide exemplary patient care and do so in a professional, ethical and sensitive manner. The Fellowship also aims to identify its upcoming leaders; those who will carry the health care system’s vision and mission forward for future generations. Please click on the link below that corresponds to the Fellowship track you are interested in. There you will find more detailed information about that sub-specialty and what Northwell Health has to offer you.
Regardless of which specialty track is pursued, all accepted Fellowship members will attend a specially designed two-week orientation and welcoming experience. During this time, Fellows will learn the essentials on how to navigate and function seamlessly within our Health System. The latter part of this two-week orientation will segue into more clinical topics that are important for all medical providers to master. As Fellows begin their training within their chosen tracks, a series of core learning activities will be held on a monthly basis. Fellows from all tracks will reconvene for these activities which will include lectures, case study analysis, procedural skills training, simulation lab experiences, bio-skills classes utilizing cadavers, ultrasound training and more.
- Bachelors or Master’s degree from an accredited PA/NP education program
- PA’s must have NCCPA National Board Certification
- NP’s must have National Board Certification. Please see the specialty track for requirements.
- PA’s and NP’s must have a valid New York State license. NP’s must have current licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse AND a Nurse Practitioner
- Current BLS/ACLS certification
When submitting your interest, you will be asked to submit your resume and a 250-word essay describing why you would like to pursue a career in one of our fellowship tracks and what you hope to gain from this experience.