The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program at Beaumont hospitals in Royal Oak and Taylor prides itself on its commitment to provide an educational environment that produces academically and surgically excellent orthopaedic surgeons. Beaumont training has provided a stepping stone to both excellent practice opportunities and to postgraduate fellowship programs at the nation's most prestigious medical centers.
A wide variety of both outpatient and inpatient services offered for treating the various disorders in orthopaedic surgery. The department has subspecialists who have been trained in all orthopaedic problems and specialize in the following areas
- adult reconstruction
- hand/upper extremity
- joint replacement
- musculoskeletal oncology
- sports medicine
One year Spine Fellowship program which offers two positions. Includes comprehensive training in adult and children's spinal problems, including:
- disc surgery
- degenerative conditions affecting the spine
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship
One-year fellowship that is committed to offering an outstanding subspecialty training experience. The program is provisionally accredited by the ACGME and offers comprehensive exposure to all areas of operative and non-operative sports medicine including arthroscopic and open surgery of the shoulder, knee, and elbow. In addition, hip and ankle arthroscopy, as well as treatment of the injured athlete, are core components of the program. Surgical management of degenerative conditions of the shoulder and elbow are especially emphasized.
Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction Fellowship
One-year fellowship that covers the management of primary and secondary degenerative conditions of the hip and knee joints as well as the assessment and treatment of the failed arthroplasty patient. Primary and revision total joint replacement is emphasized, but the fellow will also gain experience in non-prosthetic reconstruction options such as:
- joint arthrodesis
- vascularized grafting for osteonecrosis
- osteotomy about the hip and knee.
This fellowship is accredited by the ACGME and offers 1 position.
Orthopaedic Adult Shoulder and Elbow Reconstruction Surgery Fellowship
One-year fellowship committed to offering an outstanding subspecialty experience in all facets of shoulder and elbow surgery. It is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Fellows will be exposed to the nonoperative and operative treatment of shoulder and elbow disorders to include primary and revision arthroscopic and open reconstructive surgery for traumatic, athletic, and degenerative conditions in patients of all ages. The fellowship will include a broad experience with a high volume of shoulder arthroplasty and advanced arthroscopy.