Department of Orthopaedics


1 year (starting August 1 and ending July 31)


The Hand & Upper Extremity Fellows will be credentialed as an Emory faculty member at the Senior Associate level during his/her fellowship. A comprehensive health insurance, malpractice and benefits package is also provided. The fellow will receive two weeks of paid vacation during the year.


Applicants must have successfully completed a U.S. or Canadian Orthopaedic Residency training program and be Board eligible as well as have the ability to retrieve a full-unrestricted Georgia medical license and DEA.

All applications must be submitted through the national residency matching program (NRMP) coordinated by the ASSH. Eligible candidates must have completed an orthopaedic, plastic, or general surgery residency in an accredited program within the United States or Canada. 

Please use the following link, ASSH Applications, to submit an application and required documents through ASSH.

Deadline: December 1, 2021

Race, creed, sex, national origin, and marital status play no role in the admission of any applicant.