ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital-Women’s Health and Obstetrics Fellowship (PMRH-WHOF)
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital
Family Medicine Physicians
Workforce Development Focus
Improving the quality of healthcare workforce
Workforce Issue Addressed
Providing educational opportunities for healthcare professionals to become more specialized in their occupation (e.g., pathway program for LPNs to become RNs); Training current healthcare professionals in new techniques or practices; Training current healthcare professionals so that they will be able to serve a broader population
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital requested a cumulative amount of $1,614,760 over 5 years to implement ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital-Women’s Health and Obstetrics Fellowship (PMRH-WHOF). PMRH-WHOF is a one-year graduate medical education fellowship for family medicine physicians. Those who participate in the program will learn how to provide full-spectrum care to patients in areas of the country that are rural and under-resourced. By June 30th 2026, the PMRH-WHOF will have educated and trained 5 board-certified family medicine fellows in obstetrics care.