Schedule

Sample schedule for each fellowship position

The amount of time allocated to each clinical setting can vary by learner need, interest, and career goals. The samples below depict common fellow schedules.

Fellow 1: Inpatient Pediatric Psychology Consultation-Liaison Services, Neurodevelopmental Assessment, Outpatient-Based Pediatric Psychology Experience

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Morning HMCHMCSupervision, then NCEHMCNCE
Afternoon Non-clinical time & DidacticsANPPSNCEANPPSNon-clinical time



Fellow 2: Pediatric Integrated Primary Care, Neurodevelopmental Assessment, Outpatient-Based Pediatric Psychology Experience

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Morning HCCANPPSSupervision, then NCEANPPSNCE
Afternoon Non-clinical time & DidacticsHCCNCEHCCNon-clinical time


Key: ANPPS = Outpatient Pediatric Psychology Experience @ Advanced Neuropsychology & Pediatric Psychology Services; HCC = Pediatric Integrated Primary Care @ The Hurley Children's Clinic; HMC = Inpatient Pediatric Psychology Consultation-Liaison Services @ Hurley Medical Center; NCE = Neurodevelopmental Assessment @ The Neurodevelopmental Center of Excellence


Clinical Settings & Individuals Served

Clinical experiences occur at sites affiliated with Hurley Medical Center and Genesee Health System under the direction of the fellowship Program Director.

All fellows participate in activities at the following sites:

  • Advanced Neuropsychology and Pediatric Psychology Services (ANPPS) is an outpatient specialty behavioral health center. Fellows provide outpatient-based evaluation and intervention services for a variety of pediatric, clinical health presenting problems. The patient population consists of children, adolescents, and young adults who are primarily BIPOC and white (predominantly non-Hispanic & non-Latinx) that reflect a myriad of multicultural identities.
  • Genesee Health System’s Neurodevelopmental Center of Excellence (NCE) is an assessment center that serves Genesee County children, adolescents and their families. Fellows provide neurodevelopmental assessment services for children with diverse clinical presentations (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, lead exposure via Flint water supply and other sources). The patient population consists of children and adolescents who reflect a myriad of multicultural identities.

One fellow annually participates in activities at one of the following two sites:

  • Hurley Children’s Center (HCC) is a busy ambulatory medical setting. It is the site of the Michigan State University-affiliated pediatric residency continuity clinic, adolescent medicine clinic, and several other pediatric-specialty clinics. Alongside physicians, nurses, social work, and a dietitian, fellows provide integrated behavioral health services including assessment, triage, and intervention. Fellows also provide consultation and education to residents and providers. Fellows share a large common workroom to support clinical collaboration with residents and faculty. Within this setting, there are also opportunities to engage in research, quality improvement projects, and curriculum development. Fellows are an integral member of the primary care teams. The patient population consists of children & adolescents who are primarily BIPOC and white (predominantly non-Hispanic & non-Latinx) that reflect a myriad of multicultural identities.
  • Hurley Children’s Hospital at Hurley Medical Center (HMC) is a 42-bed children’s-designated hospital within the larger, city owned, safety net teaching hospital, Hurley Medical Center. Hurley is a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center, a regional burn center, and a regional leader in pediatrics and related medical education. Fellows at this site provide consultation-liaison services to hospitalized youth ages 0-20.99 years in the general pediatrics and pediatric intensive care units. Fellows provide consultation at the bedside or via telehealth when necessary. The patient population consists of children, adolescents, and young adults who are primarily BIPOC and white (predominantly non-Hispanic & non-Latinx) that reflect a myriad of multicultural identities.

Fellowship Practice Site Locations

Fellowship practice site locations are in Flint, MI, and within 7 miles of one another (see map below.) Automobile transportation is recommended to ensure timely arrival to activities. Select the arrow at the top of the map to see a list of locations.