The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University has a rich tradition of robust thyroid surgery, dating back to the era of Arlie Mansberger. The Thyroid-Parathyroid program was revitalized in 2004 with the inauguration of the Augusta University Thyroid- Parathyroid Center, which is a collaborative effort between Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Endocrinology, and Nuclear Medicine.
The past 20 years have seen the advent of laryngeal nerve monitoring, endoscopic thyroid and parathyroid surgery, outpatient thyroidectomy and parathyroidectomy, and introduction of novel technologies like the ultrasonic advanced energy devices. Augusta University has quickly moved to the forefront of academic health centers in pioneering new surgical techniques and perfecting old ones.
Coincident with the development of a first-class endocrine surgery program, the comprehensive Head and Neck Tumor Board took shape (starting in the fall of 2002), and has become an acknowledged leader in the Southeast for the treatment of head and neck cancers.
With the amalgamation of the medical and surgical experiences in endocrine and head and neck surgery, it was natural that an Advanced Fellowship in Endocrine-Head and Neck Surgery should be developed. It was the second such fellowship fully accredited by the American Head and Neck Society.
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Applicants with one of the following qualifications are eligible for appointment to Augusta University Endocrine Head and Neck Surgery Fellowship:
Interested applicants should contact:
1120 Fifteenth Street, BP-4109
Augusta, Georgia 30912-4060
Nov 19, 2022
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