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|Institution:||The Ohio State University|
|Description:||The Ohio State University Hand and Upper Extremity Program has an opening for one fellow for the 2021"”2022 year. This position will begin on August 1, 2021 and end on July 31, 2022.
In accordance, applications are now being accepted. The program utilizes the Universal Hand Surgery Fellowship Application.
The fellowship program is affiliated with the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program and the Plastic Surgery Residency Program at The Ohio State University, which has a combined complement of 40 residents. The sponsoring institution currently supports 57 residency and fellowship programs. The medical center is affiliated with The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
The Ohio State University hand service includes the full spectrum of adult and pediatric clinical activities, teaching, and research. The Ohio State Medical Center has a Level I trauma center designation. The hand center faculty consists of six core surgeons with expertise in all areas of hand and upper limb disorders, including shoulder and elbow. Additional faculty resources include surgeons specializing in microsurgery, free tissue transplantation, replantation, and pediatric hand surgery. The newly opened Hand and Upper Extremity Center will provide the fellow with a comprehensive experience in all areas of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery. The Ohio State University and the Department of Orthopaedics has fully equipped state of the art research facilities and research personnel to assist with fellow research, which is a requirement of the program. The fellow will also participate in a comprehensive schedule of didactic sessions with all program faculty as well as additional orthopaedic and plastic surgery faculty.
The fellow will receive a salary commensurate with the PGY6 level (currently $65,850) and is afforded many benefits including medical coverage, malpractice insurance, disability coverage, vacation time, stipend to attend national conferences, on-call meal stipends, on-call suites and more. The Ohio State University Medical Center also provides access to an on-site medical library as well as many online educational resources.
The Ohio State University Medical Center is located in Columbus, Ohio, 14th largest city in the United States and home to The Ohio State University, the largest university in the nation.
Please visit our website at www.ortho.ohio-state.edu for more information and to access our fellowship program brochure.
Education Program Manager
The Ohio State University
Department of Orthopaedics
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