Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

MSC 09 5030
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 505-272-6203

Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

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Welcome to beautiful New Mexico, a land with opportunities for tremendous experiences and learning:

  • Ethnically diverse population
  • Historically high rates of addictions and overdoses
  • Excessive traffic fatalities related to alcohol
  • Unique challenges with rural and frontier populations spread out across a large state with limited resources

Your training:

Through the highest level of scholarship, development of rigorous critical thought, and relevant direct practice, you will gain the clinical skills, judgment, demeanor, and professional ethics to provide the utmost quality care to patients with addictive disorders.

Our core curriculum covers:

  • Residential rehabilitation services
  • Outpatient detox, pharmacology, psychosocial treatment
  • Medication assisted treatment: Methadone and Buprenorphine
  • Consultation Liaison (C/L)
  • Dual diagnosis outpatient clinic
  • Rural psychiatry outreach program
  • Community clinic
  • Adolescent addiction
  • Protected research and didactic time
  • Addiction Journal Club and Multidisciplinary Case Conference

Our fellowship provides extensive training in screening, evaluation and treatment of addictive disorders. We have a talented and skilled faculty, who are dedicated to education, research and clinical pursuits in the addictions. Fellows receive the bulk of their training at the following sites: University Psychiatric Center, Addiction and Substance Abuse Programs (ASAP), Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center, Children's Psychiatric Center.

Snehal Bhatt, MD,
Medical Director,
Addiction and Substance Abuse Programs (ASAP)