The Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Fellowship program is an interdisciplinary internship that develops well-rounded orthopedic surgery subspecialists through applied surgical skills, academic training and research. CHOP's orthopedic fellowship program began in 1988 and is nationally recognized by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Since its inception, the Division of Orthopedic Surgery at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has funded more than 50 fellows, with both clinical and research orientations.
Fellows enrolled in our program can specialize in:
Clinical fellows in the Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Fellowship have much autonomy during their 12-month internship.
Components of your experience will include:
Our clinical fellowship does not compete with any subspecialty fellowship and there are minimal night calls.
To better orient residents and fellows during their time at CHOP, each fellow or resident will receive an updated copy of the Resident/Fellow Handbook.
This handbook includes everything a resident or fellow needs to know about the program and the Hospital, including general information, orthopedic guidelines, service guidelines, polices and procedures, medications, and our pain management program.
To learn about our physicians and other healthcare providers, see meet our team.
To apply, please download the Orthopedic Surgery Fellow/Scholar Application and submit it with all required documentation. Acceptance to our program is conditional on complete and acceptable application and requirements.
Please specify which program you are applying for in your application.
For more information about the Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Fellowship program, please contact Joanne Hofmann.
Reviewed by: John P. Dormans, MD, FACS
Date: October 2013