With the support of The Weil Foundation, the ICGMV Fellowship is designed to help you and your team kickstart your group program! This training fellowship provides teams the opportunity to gain fresh insight by observing the programs of ICGMV and participating in various training sessions.
Submit your application today!
During this fellowship you will be exposed to and experience:
Weekly groups: chronic pain, functional medicine, exercise, weight loss, yoga, nutrition, narcotic management, acupuncture, massage, and integrated medicine.
Types: service-based, empowerment-based, hybrid, integrated service, and virtual.
Skills: facilitation, charting, curriculum development
Infrastructure: staffing, roles, scheduling, room setup, supples, patient flow, charting
This visit to ICGMV will give you a first-hand look at how group visit programs are run.
To get your group program up and running, your team will receive:
Dinner and orientation
On-site group visits with supplemental activities
Two scholarships are available and made possible by the Weil Foundation.
To be considered, please share how this fellowship would benefit your team and financial need to achieve this.
"Visiting the ICGMV allowed me to see how Dr. Geller and his team work to create a welcoming, healing environment for patients. Seeing the space, the flow of patients and staff, and speaking with patients about their experience provided ideas and inspiration for my own practice and group visit model."
- Kate Shafto MD, FAAP, FACP, ABOIM
"The fellowship far exceeded my expectations. I was so impressed by the sense of community, empowerment, and goal of wellbeing for participants and employees alike. It was wonderful to see the participants supporting one another and working towards shared goals. It was also very helpful to see the different types of groups and various facilitation styles. I am so thankful for the time I got to spend at ICGMV, and would strongly recommend this fellowship for anyone interested in group medical visits or patient empowerment models of care."
- Nicole Phalen