Advanced Practice Urgent Care Fellowship


Advanced Practice Urgent Care Fellowship

Intermountain Health is now offering a competitive Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Urgent Care Fellowship for recent Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant graduates with an interest in furthering their education in the field of Urgent Care. Our 12-month program includes clinical time under the supervision of preceptors, rotations through a variety of specialties, didactic lectures, engagement in a QI project, and attendance at valuable bootcamps and conferences. Fellows will also float through multiple Urgent Care clinics while developing skills in problem-focused point of care of acute and acute-on-chronic medical problems. The Fellowship is one-year in length, with two years working as a full provider after graduation, for a total commitment of three years. A new fellow will begin each July. To learn more about Intermountain, and our exciting new look, please click here.

Fellowship Advantages

  • Competitive salary plus opportunity for commitment/sign-on bonus and eligibility for incentive compensation bonuses after one year.
  • Comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to, medical, dental, vision, PTO, CME, AD&D, LTD, 401(k), tuition reimbursement.
  • Acclimate to the role of an urgent care provider with the mentorship of experienced providers.
  • Continue to develop knowledge base with broad clinical and didactic learning experiences.
  • Effectively assess, diagnose, and treat patients with increasing complexity in an urgent care setting.
  • 10 to 12 hour days, three to four days per week, with no rotations on most holidays encourages a proper work-life balance.
  • Tailored and personal instruction during a comprehensive educational experience.

Fellowship Goals

  • Fellows will develop skills in problem-focused point-of-care of acute, and acute-on-chronic, medical problems.
  • Fellows will gradually increase patient volume and be able to provide care for increasing complexity of patients as the program progresses.
  • Fellows will demonstrate increasing awareness of patient perception of care and increased satisfaction.
  • Fellows will learn about clinical operations, clinical competency, and patient/provider retention.
  • Fellows will attend/participate in didactic lectures and journal clubs to improve knowledge base.
  • Fellows will see and understand patient diseases and conditions across multiple specialties throughout their training, providing well-rounded knowledge.
  • Fellows will conduct a research project with a QI focus for the purpose of improvement in the organization/clinic, and to increase evidence-based practice knowledge.
  • Fellows will attend a one-week UC/ER bootcamp early in the program.

Application Information

The Urgent Care Fellowship is open to:

  1. Nurse Practitioners (APRN) or Physician Assistants (PA) who have met the advanced educational and clinical practice requirements to be considered a graduate of a certified APRN or PA program within the last 12 months.
  2. If currently employed as an Advanced Practice Provider, employment may not be longer than 9 months.
  3. Candidate must be board-certified as a Physician Assistant with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, or as a Nurse Practitioner by either the American Association of Nurse Practitioners or the American Nurse Credentialing Center, or sit for your boards (and pass) at least 1-month prior to beginning the program.
  4. Must hold a valid unencumbered Nevada license as either an APRN or PA, or must have submitted your application and are pending review and approval by the board. PAs are encouraged to apply to both the Board of Medical Examiners and the Board of Osteopathic Physicians.
  5. Must be able to commit to a 3-year period (program is 1-year in length and graduates will remain for an additional 2 years as full providers).

Applications must include the following:

  • Completed and signed Urgent Care Fellowship Application.
  • Personal statement.
  • Curriculum vitae/resume.
  • Letter of good standing from an accredited NP/PA university (even if already graduated).
  • Two letters of recommendation on letterhead from the following categories: 1) preceptor; 2) educator/professor; 3) supervisor/manager.
  • Personal head shot or photo appropriate for a professional application.

Application Review

To be considered for the program, your application and all required attachments must be submitted by the deadline. After your completed application is received, you will be contacted by our Program Coordinator with further instructions. Due to the competitive nature of the program, all candidates will be required to complete a brief 3-question video interview. In addition to your application, the video interview will be utilized to determine which candidates will progress to in-person interviews. The Graduate Medical Education (GME) Team and Admissions Committee will thoroughly review all applications before making a determination on which qualified candidates will be invited to interview in person.

Application Timeline

Recruitment for Cohort/Class 2 has begun. The selected individual will begin the program in July 2024. For questions or additional information, please email our Program Coordinator at

  • Monday, 4/1 – Application deadline, 5 p.m. PST
  • Wednesday, 4/10 – Interview day for selected candidates
  • Friday, 4/12 – Final candidate decision announced
  • Monday, 7/8 – Fellow begins the program

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