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Hematology & Oncology

Our hematology/oncology APP fellowship program is an intense, highly structured, comprehensive program designed to give you exposure to all the different areas of clinical hematology/oncology. We will provide a large volume of patient care experiences, selected lectures, simulations and professional development sessions. Our goal is to use evidence-based medicine through a mix of didactic and clinical experiences to help you develop the specialized skills needed across the continuum of both non-malignant hematology, and solid tumor cancer care.

This fellowship is designed for self-motivated, eager, and knowledgeable new advanced practice provider graduates who excelled in their previous APP training and now wish to build upon those skills to take them to the next level in hematology and oncology care through our high acuity program. The fellow will learn all aspects of hematology and oncology using many educational modalities. The variety of strategies will teach the APP fellow how to assess, diagnose, and treat nonmalignant hematological conditions, along with solid tumor cancer care using the latest guidelines. Fellows can expect to attend lectures and other learning sessions throughout this one-year program.

We will provide you with the framework to become a highly successful, independent advanced practice provider. The fellows will receive strong mentorship from APP preceptors, fellow advisors, and physicians.


The APP fellow will be expected to show progression throughout their year by showing advancement in history and physical examination skills, along with management of routine nonmalignant hematologic care, solid tumor cancer care. They will also be expected to show advancement in the clinical work-up and diagnosis of common conditions.

Didactic Opportunities

The APP fellow can expect to receive a variety of didactic opportunities throughout the year. From working alongside our experienced team of hematologists and oncologists at all our WakeMed Raleigh and WakeMed Cary locations, to dedicated in-services and lectures. The APP fellow will also participate in a quality improvement project throughout the year.