The UCSF Chase-Bozic Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Fellowship is designed to provide fellows with a comprehensive and rigorous training in the evaluation and operative management of lower extremity arthroplasty problems. Our mission is to train surgeons to be compassionate and capable care providers, with the knowledge and skills to care for patients presenting along a broad spectrum of pathology. Unique aspects of this fellowship include significant exposure to complex primary and revision arthroplasty cases, a strong educational program with teaching and research conferences 3 days per week, and exposure to new technologies including minimally invasive approaches, surgical navigation, alternative bearing surfaces, and investigational studies involving new devices and clinical trials. The UCSF Arthroplasty Service at Parnassus performs over 1250 operative procedures per year, encompassing a balance of simple and complex primary and revision cases.
To know more about the program, kindly visit http://media.orthosurgery.ucsf.edu/documents/UCSFArthroplastyFellowship.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1UTzYzAOkhnC7V3uCbK7skM27jDymxwZ0dzh-o4pddswC2orFg_i3GYA0
Currently accepting applications for the 2022/2023 academic year. Please submit your application materials through SFMatch. Deadline for applications: November 2, 2020
The interview date for the 2022-2023 fellowship program is February 3, 2021. ** Note that interviews for the 2022-2023 academic year are currently planned to be conducted online via Zoom, per UCSF guidance. We will provide update should these plans change **
If you have any questions, please contact Brad Stark via [email protected]