Faculty

Message from the Program Director

We would like to welcome everyone to the Eisenhower Health Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program in collaboration with Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. It is a one year program that will ensure a comprehensive, wide range, research-focused training with elective rotations concentrated on complex cases such as addiction in the elderly, HIV and addiction and pain management curriculum.

Caring for patients with substance use disorder is a challenge but it will provide a great sense of meaning in witnessing them building themselves up and emerging from the unseen shackles of addiction. Our Fellows will have the chance to participate in the provision of integrated, continuous, state of the art, and world class care that is until now unavailable and fragmented in the underserved Riverside County area. The fellowship will unite and bridge the health care gap that is crucial to the success of individual patients and central to this is the development of well-rounded specialists that will continue to provide excellent care long after they finished the program.

It is my privilege to invite you to join the Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program of the Eisenhower Health and Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. I am looking forward to meeting you; please do not hesitate to contact me.

Eduardo P. Javier, MD
Addiction Medicine
Internal Medicine

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Core Faculty

Eduardo P. Javier, MD

Addiction Medicine
Internal Medicine

Benjamin Milam, MD

Addiction Medicine
Internal Medicine

Adjunct Faculty

Olatunde I. Bosu, MD

Site Director, Hazelden Betty Ford Center

Addiction Medicine
Family Medicine

Joseph A. Mott, MD, JD

Site Director, Desert Comprehensive Treatment Center

Addiction Medicine
Critical Care Medicine
Anesthesiology

Felipe Saavedra, MD

Site Director, Desert AIDS Project

Family Medicine

Eisenhower Health Graduate Medical Education (GME)