Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship
Goals and Characteristics
The Rothman Institute / Jefferson Medical College - Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery fellowship is a fully accredited (ACGME) Hand Surgery fellowship designed to train the next generation of Hand Surgeons. The program is sponsored by the Rothman Institute, the premiere Orthopaedic academic practice in the Philadelphia area.

The program is uniquely designed to provide a comprehensive experience in all aspects of the Hand & Upper extremity. In particular, the fellows will not only spend time on the Hand service, but also dedicated time on the Shoulder & Elbow service.

The fellowship rotation schedule will consist of nine (9) months dedicated to Hand, Wrist, and Microvascular surgery, one (1) month to Pediatric Hand surgery, and two (2) months to Shoulder & Elbow surgery. The program also maintains a comprehensive conference schedule including weekly didactics, indication conference, anatomical dissections, and monthly journal clubs.

The fellows will also participate with the robust research service at the Rothman Institute. Fellows may participate in ongoing projects or pursue an independent course of research.

Asif M. Ilyas, MD
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
1015 Walnut Street, Room 801 Curtis
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Tel: (215) 955-1500
Fax: Fax: (215) 503-0530 Email:�[email protected]

Hand, Wrist, & Microvascular Surgery
Pedro Beredjiklkian, MD
Charles Leinberry, MD
Asif Ilyas, MD
Jonas Matzon, MD

Pediatric Hand Surgery
Jennifer Ty, MD

Shoulder & Elbow Surgery
Gerald Williams, MD
Matthew Ramsey, MD
Mark Lazarus, MD
Charles Getz, MD

Positions available:�2

Accredidation: This fellowship is ACGME accredited�and participates in the (NRMP) match program.

Duration:�1 year (August 1 to July 31)

Location:�The Rothman Institute at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Main Line Health System, Alfred I. Dupont Children's Hospital.

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