UMich also has one, but it restricted to family medicine.Those aren't traditional fellowships though. I think of a fellowship as being a job that you get paid for that involves additional training in a certain area leading to some sort of certification (or eligibility for certification) that is legally and professionally recognized. The U of Arizona program isn't like this. It's like a correspondence course that you take with occasional trips to AZ for classes. I don't know that they provide supervised clinical experiences and you're the one who pays them money. I'm not saying it isn't worthwhile, but it isn't what I consider to be a fellowship.
The only integrative medicine fellowships that are what I actually think of as fellowships are, to my knowledge, only available in family medicine. I think U Wisconsin might have one.