The Adult Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery Fellowship program is designed to provide a comprehensive experience in the surgical management of arthritic conditions of the hip and knee.
The fellowship provides extensive experience in surgical procedures including primary and revision total knee and hip arthroplasty, partial knee arthroplasty, custom knee replacements and robotics. There is an emphasis on the direct anterior approach to total hip arthroplasty, including revision.
With one fellow per year, the program offers an individualized approach. The fellow will rotate with three faculty members during the year, obtaining a high-volume, in-depth and personalized surgical experience. In addition to teaching the necessary technical aspects that lead to a skilled and confident surgeon, the art of taking care of patients is emphasized. The fellow is also encouraged to participate in on going investigator-initiated clinical studies.The mission of the program is to provide an intellectually stimulating and challenging clinical, surgical, and research environment with thorough experience in joint replacement, and sound preparation for building a surgical practice in an academic or private setting.
Miami Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute
The nationally recognized Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute is a multi-site practice with locations across South Florida, offering comprehensive orthopedic services including sports medicine, pediatrics, foot and ankle, adult reconstruction and trauma care to community members and professional athletes. The staff of renowned sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons – backed by the most advanced technology and comprehensive rehabilitation programs – brings a total team approach to each patient’s care. The program serves the Miami HEAT, Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers, Florida International University athletics, Orange Bowl, Miami-Dade County Public Schools athletics, Miami Open Tennis and Miami Marathon & Half Marathon.
Doctors Hospital, located in the heart of historic Coral Gables, has provided high-quality medical care since 1949. The 281-bed, acute care facility is recognized for its services in orthopedics, sports medicine, general surgery, minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, geriatrics, intensive care and a state-of-the-art Emergency Department.
Miami HEAT Sports Medicine Center
The Miami HEAT Sports Medicine Center is a new, state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center located in the Medical Arts Building at Doctors Hospital. It is fully dedicated to orthopedic procedures and includes 4,500 square feet of the world’s most advanced and efficient operating room suites. Two of the four operating rooms have windows for viewing capabilities and student observation.
- All applicants must be a board-eligible graduate of a U.S. ACGME-accredited orthopedic residency program.
- Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and have a Social Security number.
- Acceptance and admission to the program is contingent on submission of all requested materials and meeting all eligibility requirements as determined by the program.
- Applicants must be able to be granted an unrestricted license to practice medicine in Florida.
- Applications should be received via the San Francisco (SF) Match program 19 months prior to the start of the fellowship and interviews are conducted in January-March of the ensuing year. Applicants are required to have the following documents in order to apply:
- SF Match Central Application Service (CAS) Application
- USMLE Step 1/COMLEX 1 or equivalent
- Letter of Good Standing
- Three Letters of Reference
Where do applicants go to apply?
The San Francisco Match
- When are applications accepted? August 1 to November 1
- When are candidate interviews? January through April
- When are candidates matched/notified of acceptance? April
- When does the program start? Last week of July