Addiction Medicine Fellowship - The American Board of Addiction Medicine Fellowship, is a one year fellowship directed by William S. Jacobs, MD. Dr. Jacobs is a board certified expert in addiction, pain and anesthesiology who has been asked to provide his expertise to the White House, DEA and other regional and state agencies. Addiction training takes place at both the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) and at the MCG affiliated Bluff Plantation residential treatment facility. Training is provided in the full spectrum of addiction care from withdrawal management through residential, partial hospitalization to outpatient treatment. Trainees will be given the opportunity to attend and present at the annual American Society of Addiction Medicine annual meeting.

Forensic Psychology Fellowship - The fellowship in forensic psychology is jointly administered by the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at Augusta University and East Central Regional Hospital. The fellowship provides an intensive one-year training program in forensic psychology that meets states licensure requirements as well as early entry into the forensic board certification process.  The fellowship provides experiences in clinical forensic training, didactic seminars, and supervised research.

Serious Mental Illness Fellowship - The fellowship in serious mental illness is offered through a partnership between East Central Regional Hospital (ECRH) and Augusta University (AU).  The fellowship has one full-time position available each year.  The fellow will be part of the Psychiatry Department at AU, where a high priority is afforded to excellent clinical care and training.  As such, the fellow will have the opportunity for research collaboration, access to AU libraries and databases, and grand rounds or other training opportunities through AU.