Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan invites applicants for 2 distinct positions in our 1-year Pediatric Psychology Fellowship Program (September 1, 2021 – August 31, 2022). The fellowship program involves clinical activity in 3 out of 4 available settings (i.e., inpatient consultation-liaison or integrated primary care; outpatient psychotherapy with a pediatric psychology population and neurodevelopmental assessment); medical education with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine residents and students; opportunities for scholarly activity, outreach, committee participation, and more.
Applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled. Interviews are virtual and will accommodate your schedule as possible to minimize disruptions.
Upon graduation, fellows are prepared for a variety of high-demand, pediatric psychology positions. Visit our website and apply today! Interested parties can also contact the Program Director, Dr. Crystal Cederna-Meko, for more information.
A little about Flint and Mid-Michigan:
Situated along the educational and business corridor that also links Lansing, Ann Arbor, and Detroit, Flint is centrally placed between the vibrant urban centers of Southeastern Michigan and the natural wonders of the Great Lakes (i.e., 5 large bodies of fresh water surrounding the state of Michigan) and Northern Michigan. Flint is a resilient mid-sized city, rich in history yet innovative and agile. Influenced by a blend of urban, suburban and rural communities, the region embodies many of the cultural and economic opportunities and challenges experienced across the country. While all of these factors make the Flint area a truly exceptional place to practice and train, they also make it an excellent place to live! Flint has a revitalized downtown. Barring COVID-19 restrictions, Flint is filled with students from local universities and colleges, a busling Farmer’s Market, a restored historical theater, and more. Just a few blocks away is a rich cultural center complete with a historic theater, art museum, observatory, library, and other museums. Within 15-20 minutes are several popular suburban areas, with local and state parks, nature centers, excellent schools and eateries, dog parks, shopping, cozy neighborhoods, and apartment communities. With low cost of living, minimal traffic and easy access to highways and airports, the Flint area is a great home-base from which to explore. No matter where you are in Mid-Michigan, you are within minutes of an inland lake and within hours of a Great Lake or two. Michigan is also known for its fairs & festivals, which will regularly occur again following COVID-19. In sum, boredom is not an option, unless desired.
We look forward to your application!