2813 S. Hiawassee Rd., Suite 206
Orlando, FL, 32835


It is the intent of the Fellowship program is to expose the participant to the complexities of the
political and national environment of medicine. It is not without much input from within the
organization, and external sources that suggestions are developed, courses and goals are
determined, and decisions are made. No decision is made in a vacuum.

The members of the training group will expose the participant to a variety of national problems
that physicians face. Evaluation skills will be taught to understand the strength of the information received, and broaden the scope of vision.

Functional areas include:

  • Writing grants
  • Leading teams
  • Cultural competence
  • Managing care
  • Speaking before groups
  • Teaching effectively
  • Collaborating effectively
  • Managing data
  • Writing manuscripts
  • Networking
  • Finding resources
  • Managing time

  • Establishing goals
  • Finding funding
  • Managing staff
  • Preparing for promotion
  • Managing conflict
  • Managing budgets
  • Mentoring others
  • Giving feedback
  • Assessing students
  • Organizational dynamics
  • Evaluating literature
  • Medical Informatics

This Fellowship shall be a professional development program that occurs in conjunction with your normal employment. Be aware that there is considerable time which will be need to be invested in the program so plan accordingly. Fellows will be expected to attend all Board of Director meetings, either via conference call or in person, and Fellows will need to work together to develop one national program during their Fellowship period.

Fellowship terms run for one to two years. There are two Fellows per term. Qualified applicants must be in Urgent Care Medicine.

**PLEASE NOTE: The ABUCM is not accepting applicants at this time. Please check back at a later date for additional information.