The fellowship in Orthopaedic Adult Reconstruction Surgery - Hip and
Knee fellowship is a one-year program offering sub specialty training
experience. The program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for
Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
- Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is a 1,070 bed tertiary care and university-affiliated
hospital in suburban Detroit
- the hospital is ranked second nationally
in total number of inpatient admissions (over 55,000) and in number of
- over 2,500 primary and revision total joint procedures are
MissionThe mission of the Beaumont Health Adult Reconstruction Fellowship program is to train knowledgeable, capable and compassionate orthopaedic surgeons in preparation for a sub-specialty practice focus in the surgical reconstructive treatment of hip and knee disorders. These disorders include primary and secondary degenerative disease, post traumatic sequelae as well as the treatment of failed total joint arthroplasty with or without infection. After completing the fellowship, graduates are capable of pursuing academic, small community as well as urban practice opportunities.