Program Director: James R. Andrews, MD
Associate Fellowship Director: Roger Ostrander, MD
Under the direction of world-renowned Dr. James R. Andrews, the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine fellowship program focuses on providing top-level education and training, placing emphasis on developing the necessary decision-making and surgical skills required in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine.
The graduated fellows will also be proficient in all six ACGME core competencies, research, and the ability to present and train other Sports medicine professionals.
Mission: To educate orthopaedic surgeons on the medical and musculoskeletal problems unique athletes at all levels of participation and to graduate physicians who will become advancers in the specialty of orthopaedic sports medicine while providing the highest quality and safest patient care possible.
Duration: 12 months
Positions: 4 ACGME accredited, 2 non-accredited*
*Non-accredited fellows will receive the same curriculum, rotation schedule, and sports coverage assignments. Non-accredited fellows are ineligible to sit for the ABOS CAQ examination.
Associate Program Director
Applications and documents are submitted through SFMatch for consideration for our program. The SFMatch and our program requires the following materials:
Please submit your application for the AREF Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship through the SF Match Program: sfmatch.org
Program ID #4418 accredited or #4417 non-accredited
The SF Match requires the following documents: