Fellowship Programs/Training Opportunities

An array of structured additional educational opportunities exist through additional sub-specialized training lasting a year. The majority of the fellowship programs are fully accredited, and many fellows pursue careers in academic medicine. Each fellowship includes a competitive compensation and benefits package. To learn more about each of the fellowship opportunities and application process, please visit the fellowship section of our website.

  • Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Oncology Clinical Fellowship
  • Oncology Observational Fellowship
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Fellowship
  • Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship
  • Trauma Fellowship
  • Complex Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship

Health Services Management Administrative Internship Opportunity

With a commitment to helping prepare future health services managers, this structured internship exposes students to an array of patient care services and consideration including: diagnostic imaging, ambulatory surgery, ambulatory care, revenue cycle and strategic planning principles. Students must be in an accredited health services management graduate program, and have successfully completed their first year. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit our website.

Psychomotor and Surgical Skills Training Facility

Our Psychomotor and Surgical Skills training facility is one of the most modern and technologically advanced facilities of its kind in the southeast United States. Harnessing state of the art communications and technology infrastructure with our adjacent conference center and surgical facilities, allows clinicians to receive specialized training in performing and analyzing an array of medical and surgical procedures both current and experimental.

This educational research lab is available for use by procedural and surgically oriented physicians, medical professionals in training, scientists, and industry professionals. People have come from the world over to experience this first-class facility and to participate in the events we have hosted. The latest arthroscopy and microsurgical instrumentation and techniques can be demonstrated in the lab and broadcast to the adjacent conference facilities or streamed live over the Internet. To learn more about the facility, please consider visiting our Surgical Skills Lab website.

Residency Training Opportunities

Orthopaedic education is a dynamic process. It begins before medical school and continues throughout the years of the surgeon’s practice. Because the discipline of orthopaedic surgery is progressing so rapidly, orthopedists must constantly update their knowledge and skills and be willing to critically appraise their own work. It is our goal to promote self-directed, life long learning skills. In our residency program, emphasis is placed on assisting each resident in gaining basic knowledge, clinical and surgical skills and then help them apply these principles in practice.

Our residents plan an active role in this educational process. Departmental teaching conferences are held each morning and each clinical service also holds a specialty conference during the week. Resident research participation is also a part of teaching and the learning process. Each resident is expected to complete two research projects with manuscripts for publication prior to graduation. There are approximately four educational slots each year, with our total program capacity of twenty training positions lasting five years. The application process if highly competitive. To learn more about the residency program, please visit the residency program section of our website.