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Orthopaedic surgeons from around the United States apply to our fellowships to train in a specific sub-specialty. These board eligible physicians spend one year working with advanced surgeons to hone their skill set within their chosen sub-specialty.

What does fellowship-trained mean?

A fellowship trained physician has completed:

  • 4 year undergraduate program
  • 4 years medical school
  • 5-6 year residency program
  • 1 year fellowship

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ROC's Fellowship Opportunities

  • Foot & Ankle Fellowship

    This fellowship is highly unique as it provides the orthopaedic foot & ankle fellow training in both an academic and a busy private practice setting. The Foot & Ankle fellow will spend six months each at UC Davis Department of Orthopaedic Surgery (Sacramento, CA) and the Reno Orthopedic Clinic (Reno, NV). This fellowship program will provide a comprehensive curriculum with in-depth exposure to the clinical management of orthopedic foot & ankle patients.

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  • Trauma Fellowship

    The Musculoskeletal Organization for Research & Education (MORE) offers a one year clinical fellowship in Orthopedic Trauma Surgery. This is an OTA approved fellowship which seeks individuals from approved North American residency programs. Fellows are trained in a private, level II community trauma system.

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