• Equip fellows with the professional attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary to be experts in managing the medical and psychosocial complexity seen in aging, and to do so in a compassionate, high-value and patient-centered manner
  • Produce clinicians that are excellent communicators and facile in engaging patients, family and other health care professionals from diverse backgrounds in difficult and complex conversations such as patient care preferences, care transitions, palliative care and end-of-life decision-making
  • Prepare our trainees to be proficient in interdisciplinary team care including effective participation, collaboration and leadership of teams across a range of health care settings
  • Develop influential leaders and change agents that can shape the field of geriatrics in areas of scientific inquiry, quality improvement, teaching and/or program administration, and maintain their acumen by engaging in life-long learning strategies


Continued ACGME accreditation with no citations