Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so it is best to apply early. Applicants will be notified of their status (accepted, waitlisted, declined) within two weeks of their interview.
1. PCC PCH Fellowship Application Questionnaire – These questions are completed in our job application (via the link below) within section 5. Within this section, you can also upload other required documents (the personal statement and procedure log).
2. Resume/CV – A current CV is required and can be uploaded via the job application link below.
3. Personal Statement – We are particularly interested in learning how you apply your knowledge base in clinical settings and would also like your personal statement to include information on:
Go to Join Our Team, then choose Careers, then search for "PCH Fellow Physician". Or click on the link below.
1. 1. An approximately one-month rotation done in the second half of the fellow year in Tanzania, and
2. 2. A 6-12 month fellowship after your first year at PCC.
The first track is an approximately one-month rotation done in the second half of the fellow year. It compliments the experience of the one-year fellowship as an international service and learning rotation. Participation in this track of the global health fellowship is optional and requires the ability to work and live in Tanzania for one month. (Click here to learn more about our partnering volunteer organization, MediTrip, who coordinates placement and logistics). Click here to learn more about the Obstetrics placement at Levolosi Hospital (summarized key learning points below).
The PCH fellows working in Tanzania are learning skills applicable to practicing in lower-resource community settings that prepare them for rural and global health. The global health track in Tanzania is currently a partnership between PCC PCH fellowship, Levolosi Hospital, and MediTrip which seeks to staff the hospital with a full-time physician trained in surgical obstetrics, directly addressing their current workforce shortage while continuously reassessing community/hospital needs. The fellows will be asked to critically think on this component while participating in this global health track, check-in with fellowship directors, and collaborate with each other towards this goal.
During their month in Tanzania, global health fellows will be supported with international health insurance and their usual fellowship salary.
Continuous fellowship activities
Abroad Learning activities, Teaching experiences
The second track is a two-year fellowship that combines the experience of the with a second year of international service and learning. Participation in the global health track requires Spanish language proficiency and the ability to travel to and live in Peru for 6-12 months. Language learning resources are available for fellows who need them.
During their time in Peru, global health fellows will be supported with a stipend and international health insurance In order to receive the stipend, fellows must commit to a 1 year contract with PCC after fellowship for each 6 months abroad
Continuous Fellowship Activities (year one):
Abroad Learning Activities, Teaching experiences (year two):