Fellowship in Family Planning

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) Fellowship in Family Planning is committed to training future leaders in the field of family planning. The fellowship offers obstetrician/gynecologists training in sexual and reproductive health clinical care, research, advocacy, and education.

Unique aspects of the program include:

  • High clinical volume, including high volume of dilation and evacuation procedures through 24 weeks gestation
  • Training in both hospital and outpatient settings, including training at Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC), one of the largest and oldest Planned Parenthood affiliates in the United States
  • Training in abortion care for women at 24 to 26 weeks with maternal or fetal indications
  • Training in adolescent reproductive health at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center, the largest provider of outpatient adolescent health services in the United States
  • Productive and successful research programs at ISMMS and PPNYC
  • Strong departmental support for family planning with integration of family planning services into general gynecologic care