It is the goal of the Fellowship Council-Accredited Advanced Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) Surgery Fellowship at AdventHealth Orlando to train future leaders in surgery whose focus is on GI and HPB. The main purpose of fellowship training is to provide the structured educational and training experience necessary to achieve expertise in these types of complex surgical procedures and patient care. The fellowship duration is 12 months. This fellowship focuses strongly on minimally invasive techniques, as well as robotic approaches for the management of complex gastrointestinal and HPB disease processes within the context of advanced GI surgery training.
The fellow will spend equal time performing minimally invasive and open surgeries. This is facilitated by a core faculty that includes surgical oncology fellowship-trained surgeons, whose practice is mainly dedicated to HPB and Surgical Oncology in general. This faculty is complemented by the presence of faculty from other backgrounds (minimally invasive fellowship trained surgeons, GI surgeons and endoscopists), who are leaders in their fields.
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Candidates must have completed a general surgery residency in the United States, hold an M.D. or equivalent degree and be board eligible or board certified in general surgery. Interested candidates must email the required items below to the HPB Fellowship General Mailbox.
Applications must be e-mailed to our Fellowship Coordinator Maria Cepero.
Maria Cepero, Advanced Upper GI/HPB Fellowship Coordinator
2501 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 400
Orlando, FL 32804
Jan 08, 2022