Rheumatology - Fellowship Program

The Brown University Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program has been in existence since 1972. The program is currently based at Rhode Island Hospital and participating hospitals include Roger Williams Medical Center and the Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Over the past 44 years the program has trained numerous rheumatologists for future careers in our specialty. The graduates have gone on to hold academic and research positions as well as practicing opportunities in the community. Since 2005, the Brown University Rheumatology Fellowship Program has partnered with the Roger Williams Medical Center Rheumatology Fellowship Program to form a combined training program with integrated faculty and training opportunities. Both of these programs have been fully accredited by the ACGME. Most recently the Brown University Rheumatology training program received full ACGME accreditation effective February 20, 2015.

For additional information on this program please visit our Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program website.

Patient Services

Members of the Department of Medicine provide both Primary Care Clinical services and Subspecialty Clinical services. Locations include community-based private physician offices, Foundation-owned group practices and the hospitals listed below.

Rhode Island Hospital, a large academic medical center.

The Miriam Hospital, a community based teaching hospital.

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, a community based teaching hospital.

Women & Infants Hospital of RI, the 10th largest OB/GYN hospital in the U.S.

Providence VA Medical Center, serving a unique patient population & spectrum of illness.