The Total Joint Fellowship program at Wake Forest School of Medicine prepares fellows for a career as a clinical or academic surgeon. In this program, fellows will have a balance of clinical and surgical time, as well as protected research time.
The fellowship is designed to provide a complete experience in total joint problems. At the completion of the fellowship, you should be able to:
- Evaluate patients and develop treatment plans
- Determine when surgery is indicated
- Complete at least one research project resulting in a publishable paper.