Regions Hospital/University of Minnesota - Combined Adult Reconstruction/Trauma Fellowship

Regions Hospital/University of Minnesota - Combined Adult Reconstruction/Trauma Fellowship

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Contact Information

Contact name
Scott B. Marston
Address
Orthopaedic Surgery
643 Jackson Street
MS11503L
City
Saint Paul
State/Province
MN
Zip/Postal code
55101
Email
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Phone
651-254-3799
Fax
651-254-1519

Program Information

Fellows per year
1
Accredited
No
Specialty
Adult Reconstruction

Regions Hospital/University of Minnesota is seeking a qualified candidate to fill one Combined Adult Reconstruction/Orthopaedic Trauma position for 2017-2018 academic year, beginning on August 1, 2017.

Qualified candidates are current PGY5 orthopaedic residents in an accredited US orthopaedic residency program and available to obtain a Minnesota medical license.

The fellowship is a 12 month unique training experience in the operative and clinical management of adult reconstruction combined with orthopaedic trauma.  The fellow will participate in a high volume total joint pratice including both primary and revisions with the latest technologies in TJA, including direct anterior total hip arthroplasty.  The program will emphasize all aspects of adult reconstruction surgery including trauma, arthritis and post-traumatic reconstruction.  The fellow will work with six fulltime orthopaedic faculty as well as orthopaedic residents and staff as an integral part of the orthopaedic service.

Successful completion of the fellowship includes the execution of two publishable manuscripts, one adult reconstruction and one trauma.  To accomplish these goals, the fellow will have access to the University of Minnesota Medical Library and the Regions Hospital Trauma Research Center.  We also have a dedicated Clinical Research Team based at Regions Hospital who is available to help with the administrtion and operation of all research.

Qualified candidates are current PGY5 orthopaedic residents in an accredited US orthopaedic residency program and available to obtain a Minnesota medical license.

Interested applicants should send a CV, personal statement and three letters of recommendation (one must be from the residency program director) to Michelle Stepka, Education Program Specialist.

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Regions Hospital/University of Minnesota is seeking a qualified candidate to fill one Combined Adult Reconstruction/Orthopaedic Trauma position for 2017-2018 academic year, beginning on August 1, 2017. Qualified candidates are current PGY5 orthopaedic residents in an accredited US orthopaedic residency program and available to obtain a Minnesota medical license.

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