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The Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program is a one-year PGY V training program, which is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). It consists of four three-month rotations. Our educational framework builds on the understanding that a person, regardless of age, is a composite of mind, body, brain and environment. We organize and synthesize all treatment approaches according to this biopsychosocial perspective.
The program accepts up to three fellows per year. There is a high ratio of resident to faculty with added qualifications in geriatric psychiatry and individualized clinical supervision is emphasized.
Clinical rotations are carefully coordinated to maximize clinical exposure to the field of geriatric psychiatry in a multiplicity of treatment settings.
This year's winner of the Best Radiologic Technologist Training Program, Albert Einstein Medical Center
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia has just received ACGME accreditation for a new Hematology/Medical Oncology Fellowship Program.
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia School of Radiologic Technology has developed a partnership agreement with Philadelphia University
Congratulations to senior students LeighAnn Sulzbach and Sarah Sliwinski for winning Third Place in the annual Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists’ 2012 Student Day TechnoBowl competition
With fierce determination and tremendous aptitude, the team of psychiatry residents from Einstein Medical Center was crowned national champions of Mind Games, a Jeopardy-style game held at the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) annual meeting.