Duration: 1 year (August 1–July 31)
Stipend: $96,976 per annum/benefits (subsidized housing also available)
Positions: 1 Non-accredited
Location: Hospital for Special Surgery; NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; Weill Cornell Medical College
Contact: Jeff Jean-Pierre, 212.606.1556, email@example.com
The Hip Preservation Fellowship offers an extensive and well-rounded clinical experience in the recognition and management of hip pain in the young, active adult hip. The fellow gains concentrated specialization on hip preservation, from injury prevention strategies, injury evaluation and diagnosis to restoration of function through rehabilitation or surgical means. Both open (periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) and surgical dislocation) and arthroscopic joint preservation surgical treatment options are covered in this Fellowship program. The fellow gains increased understanding of structural abnormalities in the hip and early diagnosis techniques, which will be used to dictate the appropriate treatment plan for each individual patient.
Fellows are expected to attend weekly conferences and didactic teaching, participate in a cadaver lab for additional exposure to human anatomy, open and arthroscopic surgical skills, and computer-assisted surgery techniques. Dedicated research time is offered.
Eligible candidates will have completed a fellowship program in Sports Medicine, Adult Reconstruction, Pediatric Orthopedics, or Orthopedic Trauma.
The next available positions are for the 2021–2022 academic year. Applications open April 1st, 2020. Fill out the application form to apply.
Application Deadline: October 30, 2020
Interview Date: December 9, 2020
For general questions about fellowship requirements, licensure, visas, housing, please contact Amy Broffman, GME Fellowship Coordinator, Academic Training Department at 212.774.2302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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