This ACGME accredited shoulder and elbow fellowship program at the Beth Israel Medical Center offers an extensive and comprehensive clinical experience in the operative and nonoperative management of shoulder and elbow disorders.  The fellowship is a one-year clinical program with a significant research component.  The Fellow is provided with the opportunity to work closely with the attending surgeons on the Shoulder and Elbow Service.  Exposure to patients presenting with a wide variety of pathology, including conditions of traumatic, degenerative, and athletic etiology is offered. Opportunity for additional pediatric and fracture surgery is available. 

Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship Descriptions

Frances Cuomo, MD, Director
Peter D. McCann, MD, Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Beth Israel Medical Center
10 Union Square East, Suite 3M
New York, NY 10003
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Fellowship Description:

This ACGME accredited shoulder and elbow fellowship program at the Beth Israel Medical Center offers an extensive and comprehensive clinical experience in the operative and nonoperative management of shoulder and elbow disorders.  The fellowship is a one-year clinical program with a significant research component.  The Fellow is provided with the opportunity to work closely with the attending surgeons on the Shoulder and Elbow Service.  Exposure to patients presenting with a wide variety of pathology, including conditions of traumatic, degenerative, and athletic etiology is offered. Opportunity for additional pediatric and fracture surgery is available.

The Fellow will evaluate patients pre-and postoperatively and will participate actively in the operative cases.  Advanced methods of both arthroscopic and open surgery are performed with the most current techniques.  There are over 350 shoulder and elbow procedures performed annually.  In addition to the clinical education during attending office hours and weekly conferences, the Fellow participates in the formal didactic lectures provided.

The Fellow is required to complete two research projects.  The projects can be either clinical or basic science in nature and must be completed and in publishable form by the end of the fellowship year.

Interviews for August 1, 2011 start avialabel now.

Contact: Danielle Costen, 212-844-8736 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

CONTACT: DANIELLE COSTEN, 212-844-8736

Duration:  1 year (August 1 to July 31)
Stipend:  $67,000/year plus benefits
Location:  Beth Israel Medical Center

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