Timothy J. Bray, MD
One (1) year
The Musculoskeletal Organization for Research and Education (M.O.R.E.) offers a one-year clinical fellowship in Orthopaedic 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.
One year clinical fellowship in orthopaedic trauma which combines acute fracture care, delayed reconstruction, post traumatic deformity, arthroplasty and business education. This is currently the only trauma fellowship in the United States that provides a formal business educational program in addition to high volume clinical training. Our fellows average over 1000 cases per year; 2.5 times greater than the OTA requirements while working with three fellowship trained orthopaedic trauma surgeons in a community based trauma system. Because there are no residents at our facility, there is competition for cases. Business education involves a core curriculum with hospitals and practice administrators to instill the successful business management principles of large practices and the financial opportunities to learn the clinical, surgical, and business skills necessary to navigate the political, bureaucratic, and financial obstacles present in both private and academic practices. Combine with a robust and active research program that produces multiple publications per year, we feel this is one of the most well-rounded opportunities offering a diverse educational experience not found anywhere else.
Conference & Meeting Opportunities:
Fellows have the ability to attend the Annual Orthopaedic Trauma Association Meeting as well as the OTA Fellows course or AO Advanced or Solutions course. Meetings and conferences costs will be subsidized by MORE. Monthly Journal Clubs will be held throughout the year.
M.O.R.E. participates in the San Francisco Matching Program (SFMP). In order to apply to our program, please visit https://www.sfmatch.org/, select the Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship Match and register for the Match.
Please direct any questions regarding fellowship to Sara D. All fellowships require medical licensure in Nevada and California, and M.O.R.E. will assist you with the process and costs of licensure.
The M.O.R.E. trauma fellowship accepts applications exclusively from Central Application Service (CAS) through the SF Match Program. Please register with the SFMP (https://www.sfmatch.org/) and complete the CAS application. SFMP will then send the application to HSS electronically.
November – February