The College of Community Health Sciences welcomes Dr. Danielle Andrews to the Behavioral Health Fellowship.
The Behavioral Health fellowship along with Obstetrics, Sports Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Hospital Medicine, and Rural Public Psychiatry comprise the seven fellowships offered by the College. Each fellowship is a year-long program designed to offer additional, specialized training to physicians.
The Behavioral Health Fellowship for family medicine physicians, one of few in the country, trains family medicine physicians, particularly those planning to practice in rural communities, to better care for patients with psychiatric concerns.
The goal of the fellowship is to provide administrative training and public psychiatric experience for psychiatrists interested in practicing or serving in a community setting.
Andrews received a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Clark Atlanta University. She earned a master’s degree in Public Health at Boston University School of Public Health, concentrating in Social and Behavioral Sciences. She completed her medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine and family medicine training at Phoebe Family Medicine Residency in Albany, Georgia.