Beaumont Foot & Ankle Fellow Open Position 2021-22

2 years 3 months ago #38369 by BeaumontOrthoResearch
Beaumont Health, located in Royal Oak, Michigan (suburbs north of Detroit) has an open foot and ankle fellowship position for 2021-2022 (beginning August 2021). This is a one-year, ACGME-accredited, full-time, paid fellowship position. Program information, including salary and benefits, are listed below. The fellow will be under the supervision of four, fellowship-trained orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons, including program director, Dr. Paul Fortin. Our program also includes protected research time and direct mentorship/collaboration with PIs in our research laboratory, for fellows interested in pursuing academic/clinician-scientist positions following fellowship.

Please email us if you have any questions. If you are interested in applying, please send a one-page cover letter and CV to:

Lisa Thompson, GME Fellowship Program Manager
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Paul Fortin, MD, Fellowship Program Director
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AOFAS Fellowship Profile:
Beaumont Health Foot and Ankle Fellowship
3535 W 13 Mile Rd Ste 744 Royal Oak, MI 48073
Affiliation: Royal Oak Hospital
Program phone: 248-551-3140
Contact: Lisa Thompson, GME Program Manager
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Contact phone: 248-551-3140
Contact fax: 248-551-5404
Program Director: Paul T. Fortin, MD
Other faculty: Zachary M. Vaupel, MD; Allan M. Grant, MD; Sean A. Matuszak, MD; Kevin C. Baker, PhD; Erin A. Baker, PhD
Department Chair: Jeffrey S. Fischgrund, MD
Stipend: $66,238
Benefits: Full coverage of health, dental, and eye benefits
Accepts international (non US/Canada) applicants as full fellows: Yes
International (non US/Canada) research/observer positions available outside of the match: No
Application Deadline: N/A
Profile: This is a one-year preceptor-based fellowship that provides a very broad scope of education opportunity. It is under the direction of 4 fellowship-trained orthopaedic foot and ankle faculty, each with years of experience and specific areas of expertise. Clinically, the fellow will be exposed to common, uncommon, and complex conditions in a high-volume private practice setting. Our institution has a well-established orthopaedic research department. Dedicated and protected time for clinical and basic science research is an important part of the experience.
Curriculum Statement: Every requisite condition and surgical procedure defined by the AOFAS curriculum guide will be comprehensively and repetitively covered. Structured didactics attended by faculty, residents, and fellows take place weekly and will follow a rotating curriculum guide. Other education requirements involve a monthly research meeting, periodic journal club, and occasional state and regional symposia. One of the distinguishing features of the surgical experience is an invaluable case mix of common foot and ankle procedures as well as extensive exposure to complex ankle arthroplasty, revision ankle arthroplasty, limb deformity and limb salvage procedures.

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