Sports Medicine Fellowship
The goal of this fellowship is to offer four Fellows advanced training in the management of sports medicine injuries including surgical treatment, postoperative care and rehabilitation. The Fellows actively participate in the day-to-day management of patients and a surgical schedule which is heavily weighted towards arthroscopic and open treatment of shoulder, knee, ankle and elbow pathology.
Professional and College Event Coverage
The Fellows cover training rooms and athletic events for:
• The Boston Celtics
• Merrimack College
• Harvard University
• Tufts University
New England Baptist Hospital
125 Parker Hill Avenue
Boston, MA 02120
New England Baptist Outpatient Care Center at Dedham
40 Allied Drive
Dedham, MA 02026
Conferences and Clinical Research
There are six conferences per month including topics on biomechanics, basic science, and clinical sports medicine and rehabilitation. There is a fully operational Bioskills teaching lab. There is a journal club each month.
The Fellows are expected to be involved in either a clinical research or biomechanical project during their year, and produce at least one major clinical presentation.
Glen Ross, MD, Chief, Sports Medicine Section Chief, Shoulder and Elbow
Duration: 1 year (August 1 to July 31)
Deadline: December 1
Stipend: $68,000/year plus benefits
The applicant must be Board-eligible and obtain a full Massachusetts license and have experience in general orthopedics.
This fellowship is ACGME accredited.
Please use the application on the San Francisco Match site.
New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) is the premier regional provider for orthopedic surgery and the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and disorders. NEBH is a nationally recognized hospital for high quality and high patient satisfaction. Teaching affiliations include Tufts University School of Medicine, with teaching programs in collaboration with Harvard Medical School. NEBH has been the official hospital of the Boston Celtics for over 30 years.