Fellowship in Metabolic & Nutritional Medicine Overview
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The health care system and the medicine it delivers, is in crisis. Rates of doctor dissatisfaction are at an all-time high, reimbursement rates continue to fall, and patients suffer the consequences of a system that cares more about saving costs than improving health. Too much money is spent on poor quality, disease oriented care.

MMI’s goal is to set a new standard of medical education to help heal a broken health care system where medical professionals learn to care for their patients differently and speak a new language of health and wellness, fueled by the latest science. All of which is now proving that it is far better to prevent illness and build health than it is to treat disease when it has already taken hold.

The Fellowship in Metabolic & Nutritional Medicine (FMNM) prepares practitioners to become leaders in a new form of medicine, one that is personalized, preventive and predictive. Our attendees learn a wellness oriented approach to care, built on the latest breakthroughs in research across diverse medical and health care disciplines.

Why The Fellowship is right for you

This FMNM program is designed specifically for you. It allows you to continue caring for your patients while learning the most current and relevant information pertinent to the prevention and treatment of disease. The material stems from the root causes of chronic diseases your patients are affected by every day, offering a comprehensive approach for treating the patient, not just the symptoms.

FMNM Fellows represent a new professional identity in health care, equally adept at discussing systems biology and the role of technology as they are in helping patients heal from complex chronic illnesses by utilizing a full spectrum of healing methods to the most advanced therapies. No other educational program has assembled so many world experts in order to prepare its graduates to become leaders in this new medicine.

The Fellowship is a place to rediscover your passion for patient care. It allows you to continue caring for your patients while learning the most current and relevant integrative approaches for the prevention and treatment of disease. But most importantly, you can immediately begin to incorporate what you learn into your medical practice.

What you will learn

The Fellowship is an interactive educational experience with modular training that includes hands on clinical training and web broadcasts, that will teach you the knowledge and skills you need to effectively practice anti-aging, regenerative and functional medicine.  This elite Fellowship comprises the latest findings in areas of endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, cancer therapies, nutrition and much more. 

The Fellowship curriculum is designed for progressive learning and is created by world-renowned experts from a variety of disciplines. 

The Fellowship program is open to physicians, PhD’s, physician assistants, nurse clinicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, chiropractors, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, DDS’s and more.

FMNM Module I Overview by Dr. Pamela Smith, M.D. - Co-Chair of FMNM

  • ​For a Free Preview ($275 value) of Module I, click here

Fellowship Requirements

Fellow in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine (FMNM):

Modules I – VII

Clinical Practice Protocols

40 Webcasts

A4M Board Certification

A4M Membership

George Washington University Master's Preparation

Modules I – VII

Clinical Practice Protocols

40 Webcasts

18 Credit Hours Through Online Training with GW

A4M Board Certification

A4M Membership

George Washington University Graduate Certificate Preparation

5 Modules

6 credit hours through Online Training with George Washington

A4M Membership

Approved by the ABPS® to qualify graduates to sit for the ABOIM®

University of South Florida Master’s Preparation:

Modules I – VII

Clinical Practice Protocols

40 Webcasts

Eleven online Courses with USF

A4M Board Certification

A4M Membership

Additional Program Information:

Modules do not need to be completed in numerical order

Each Live Module has been approved for 24 hours of Category 1 AMA Credits (*Clinical Practice Protocols is Non-CME)

CME credits are available for online FMNM Modules I-VII

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