Performing Arts Medicine Fellowship
ACGME Status: No ACGME accreditation is available for the specialty of Performing Arts Medicine at the time of website publication
The Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) Fellowship at UNTHSC is a formal training program for a period of one year with the intention of providing advanced and concentrated teaching in the principles and related practice of performing arts medicine with supervision by specialists in the field. Although not accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), this fellowship program conforms to the requirements of an ACGME fellowship. This program is intended to provide education of the highest quality through progressive learning experiences that develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge of a physician necessary to efficiently provide quality care. A basic foundation of academic, research, and clinical experience is included, integrating the basic medical sciences and performing arts medicine concepts with clinical manifestations of health and disease.
The Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) Fellowship is available for qualified applicants who have completed training in an AOA or ACGME-accredited residency program.
Program Director: Sajid Surve, DO, FAOCPMR
Program Coordinator: Linda Matthews
UNT Health Science Center
3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
- Sample Curriculum
- Salary/Benefits- Fellows are hired by UNTHSC as a staff physician for a term of 1 year. The salary is based off a standard resident’s salary for PGY-4 or 5 depending on years in training, which is determined annually by the GMEC. Fellows are eligible for full benefits as outlined here.
This page was last modified on June 9, 2021