Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
The training program uses a number of inpatient and ambulatory facilities to provide residents with the necessary variety of clinical experiences in community, ambulatory, and inpatient settings. Training sites include RowanSOM Affiliate Institutions as well as a number of contract affiliates.
- RowanSOM Institutions (all sites supervised by RowanSOM faculty):
- Kennedy Memorial Hospitals-University Medical Center (KMH-UMC), Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Cherry Hill, NJ, a 14-bed inpatient unit serving children and adolescents ages 5 – 17
- Crisis Intervention Units at KMH-UMC and Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, NJ
- RowanSOM Department of Psychiatry, an outpatient department providing a variety of psychosocial and medication treatment; school, pediatric, community and forensic evaluations; and opportunities to work with managed care programs
- Center for Children’s Support of RowanSOM, Stratford, NJ, a comprehensive program providing both medical and mental health interventions for sexually abuse children and adolescents
- Department of Pediatrics, RowanSOM, provides both inpatient and outpatient care
- Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, Newark, NJ, a large tertiary care hospital at Robert Wood John Medical School
- RowanSOM Department of Psychiatry, Division of Developmental Disabilities in Stratford, NJ provides crisis intervention, outpatient psychiatry treatment, and psychotherapy for the developmentally disabled.
- Division of Youth and Family Services, State of New Jersey, the state’s child protective services agency.
- Division of Developmental Disabilities, State of New Jersey. The Psychiatry Department maintains a multi-disciplinary consult service to State institutions for the Developmentally Disabled (includes a full-time Child Psychiatrist)
- The Department of Psychiatry also may provide child study team evaluations for our local school districts.
- Twin Oaks Family Services provides partial hospital and outpatient services for children and adolescents with psychiatric difficulties.