Complex Family Planning Fellowship

The UIC complex Family Planning Fellowship is currently pending ACGME-accreditation which should be determined by September 17, 2021.  In anticipation of accreditation, the Fellowship will participate in the Match this year.  Prospective applicants will be notified about the accreditation status prior to submitting their rank list.

Contact Us:

Director, Complex Family Planning Fellowship:
Erica Hinz, MD, MPH: [email protected]

Director, Center for Reproductive Health:
Jonah Fleisher, MD, MPH: [email protected]

Program Length: 2 years

Program Application: CFP Fellowship Application
(Deadline 5/21/21)


Mission Statement

The mission of the UIC Complex Family Planning Fellowship is to train obstetrician and gynecologists to become experts in the field of Complex Family Planning. We provide a robust clinical and educational training environment that fosters evidence-based complex family planning (CFP) patient care, interdisciplinary research and advocacy rooted in public health principles and reproductive rights and justice.

Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Diversity is a core value of our Fellowship program and we strive to recruit and retain faculty, staff and fellows that reflect the diverse nature of the patients we care for. We also strive to create an environment that is inclusive and promotes mutual respect among one another. Our Section is committed to the education of our faculty, fellows, residents and students across age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender identity, socioeconomic status, political beliefs, ability and sexual orientation. Our program is dedicated to training and educating fellows to provide the highest possible level of care to all, guided by the values of empathy, advocacy, equity, and collaboration.