Program Description

The one-year Adult Reconstructive Fellowship Program at Mayo Clinic in Florida offers:

  • The Mayo tradition of excellent inpatient care, education and research
  • Outstanding facilities and institutional resources
  • Large patient population with an ideal mix of unusual and common disorders
  • Dedicated and enthusiastic faculty
  • Educational conference program
  • Superior hands-on training in adult reconstruction - extensive exposure to and experience in the evaluation and management of complex hip and knee problems
  • Clinical research training and experience

The fellowship consists of three 4-month rotations. Fellows work one-on-one with the supervising faculty; and have ample opportunity for research.

Our primary goal is to train clinical scholars for career paths that include subspecialty patient care and academic activities, such as teaching and clinical research.

Expected career settings for graduates are as clinical faculty in a traditional university academic practice; or as a scholarly subspecialist at a referral center. This training would also be excellent preparation for clinical practice outside of an academic environment.

Program History

The Adult Reconstructive Fellowship Program began in 1999. It is anticipated that one fellow will complete training in the program annually.

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