Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
UNC Orthopaedics & Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Sports Medicine Fellowship
Dates: August 1st through July 31st
Program Training Director: R. Alexander Creighton, MD
ROC Site Director: Edwin Cadet, MD
Number of Fellows: Two (ACGME accredited)
UNC Orthopaedics ACGME Program Number: 2683626133
The fellowship is a joint program between UNC Orthopaedics and Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC) and will enable fellows to receive training in both an academic tertiary center and high volume private practice. The program will graduate 2 fellows per year and it is a one year program. Dr. Alex Creighton is the Program Director, with faculty Dr. Jeff Spang and Dr. Ganesh Kamath from the UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Edwin Cadet is the Site Director at the Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic with orthopaedists Dr. Joe Barker, Dr. Matthew T. Boes, Dr. G. Hadley Callaway, Dr. Dr. David Dare, Dr. Marty Isbell, and Dr. Bob Wyker. Jennifer Griffin is the Program Coordinator. Athletic team coverage includes UNC, NC State, Shaw University, area high schools, and the Carolina Hurricanes.
The goal of the fellowship is to prepare our fellows to be excellent clinicians and surgeons in the expanding field of orthopaedic sports medicine with emphasis on sports injuries and surgery of the shoulder, elbow, hip and knee.
- Arthroscopic and open surgery, including shoulder arthroplasty
- Athletic training room and game/event management
- Prevention and rehabilitation
- Exercise and sports science knowledge and performance
The fellows will be provided on average one day per week of protected research time. This day is dedicated to scholarly activity so that the fellow can accomplish meaningful research during the year.
How to apply:
Accepting applications: 2021-2022 Fellowship Cohort (Apply in Fall 2019)
Match participation: SF Match
ACGME program number: 2683626133
Application open: August 6, 2019
Application deadline: November 1, 2019
We accept applications through the Central Application Service (CAS), a service provided through SF Match that distributes applications to training programs. The use of CAS assures that applications are uniform, complete and distributed in an orderly fashion. You must register with the SF Match and pay an additional fee in order to access CAS. Please refer to SF Match for more information.
The UNC Orthopaedics and Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Sports Medicine Fellowship will only consider complete applications from students graduating from an ACGME accredited Orthopaedic Surgery residency program.
For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator:
UNC School of Medicine
Department of Orthopaedics
Chapel Hill, NC 27599