The Linde Fellowship Program at BIDMC was funded by a generous gift from the Linde Family Foundation, the one-year fellowships are designed to create a reliable pipeline of physicians with the skills needed to become influential leaders in the primary care practices.


As the environment of primary care changes, so too must the ways in which physicians and residents are trained to lead and innovate. The Linde Family Fellowship Program was established to address this need: as part of the Linde Family Institute for Primary Care at BIDMC, the program seeks to develop the next generation of physicians and lead the evolution of primary care leadership and management skills.

Funded by a generous gift from the Linde Family Foundation, the one-year fellowships are designed to create a reliable pipeline of physicians with the skills needed to become influential leaders in the primary care practices of the future. The program curriculum includes four main components: feedback from self-assessments and a 360-degree skill inventory, a designated “coach,” didactic workshops led by leadership and medical management experts, and a project that each fellow will carry out in their home practice site.

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