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Addiction Medicine Fellowship

The Maine Medical Center (MMC) ACGME-accredited Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program provides training opportunities in:

  • Acute hospital care
  • Inpatient consultation
  • Outpatient clinic services
  • Community-based settings

The Fellowship is a multidisciplinary program with a curriculum that spans multiple departments, clinical services and community organizations. Our partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) enables Fellows to work in both health care systems. The Togas VA Medical Center, located five miles east of Augusta, Maine, is a 67 operating-bed facility with general medical, surgical, intermediate and mental health beds, and strong addiction medicine programs. Fellows will spend time at Togus and at affiliated outpatient VA clinics.

Our Mission

The mission of the MMC Addiction Medicine Fellowship is to train physicians to be leaders in the field of Addiction Medicine. MMC fellows will be compassionate patient care providers, lifelong learners and teachers, and healthy contributing members of their communities.

Addiction Medicine Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mission Statement

The Department of Medical Education at Maine Medical Center is committed to actively pursuing and welcoming a wide range of perspectives and backgrounds. We believe that doing so will improve the academic environment, drive innovation, and enhance our ability to provide compassionate and patient-centered care to our patients and their families.

Our responsibility is to ensure a safe, inclusive culture, aligned with MaineHealth Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion policies, where each person has recognized value. We are committed to fostering a collaborative, respectful, and equitable environment where our learners, faculty, and teams can thrive in an ever-changing global community.

The Addiction Medicine fellowship program aims for the recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive workforce.