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Geriatrics Fellowship

Program Introduction

Michael L. Malone, MD, Section Head & Program Director

The Geriatrics Fellowship is a one-year program that trains primarily at Aurora Sinai Medical Center.

Our program director discusses highlights of the fellowship and what you can expect from the program.

Program Facts


Our one-year program offers diverse, comprehensive clinical experience.

Program Overview

Why Aurora

Learn from nationally recognized faculty in a supportive professional setting.

Why Our Program


Rotations include Inpatient, Research, Palliative Care, Hospice and Geriatric Psychiatry.

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Regular didactic conferences include Journal Club, Morbidity and Mortality, Grand Rounds and more.

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Program Faculty

Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship faculty bring diverse backgrounds and a deep understanding of geriatric medicine and related fields to our program, serving as excellent role models and teachers for our fellows.

Meet Our Faculty

Meet the Fellows

Aurora fellows come from all over the U.S. and the world, and bring a wide range of skills and interests to our program. Get to know them by watching a fellow Q&A.

Meet Our Fellows

Salary & Benefits

The Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health coverage for you and your eligible dependents and many other perks.

Salary & Benefits Overview

Apply to the Fellowship

Learn how to apply to the Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship program. Get information about candidate requirements and the application process.

Contact Us

Request information or connect with the program coordinator.

Geriatrics Scholarship

Read selected works from Aurora Geriatrics fellows.

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Get hands-on experience in a supportive, patient-focused environment.


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