The Maternal Child Health Fellowship program is designed to train Family Medicine doctors in high-risk/surgical obstetrics and management of common newborn conditions, equipping them with the skills necessary to improve maternal and child health outcomes for underserved populations. The one-year fellowship is particularly designed for those interested in practicing in an underserved setting. The fellowship offers 2 tracks: The surgically-focused track, and the Advanced obstetrics track. Salary based on current PGY-4/year (2022-2023 academic year = $69,609). CME funding: $2,100/year, and $2000/year for rural-focused conference attendance. Candidates should have completed a family medicine residency program before the fellowship begins.