Trauma/Acute Care Surgery Fellowship


Grady Memorial Hospital/Emory University School of Medicine
Date Posted: December 2, 2020

Marcus Trauma Center of Grady Memorial Hospital is the only Level 1 trauma center in Atlanta verified by the American College of Surgeons and is currently accepting applications for its 2021-2022 AAST-Acute Care Surgery (ACS) Fellowship. This is a 1-year program at a premier academic trauma center in the heart of Atlanta. This fellowship will provide a robust clinical experience in trauma and emergency general surgery. At this time, the fellow will work closely with 15 full-time ACS faculty, additional ACS fellows, APPs, and surgical residents from both Emory and Morehouse Schools of Medicine. Candidates are required to have completed both a general surgery residency and a surgical critical care fellowship to be considered for this open position. Prior to starting, candidates must also have an active ATLS certification and must have a Georgia State medical license. The ACS service at Grady Memorial Hospital performs a broad spectrum of surgical procedures including trauma, emergency general surgery, and outpatient elective general surgery. Focused clinical experiences during the academic year will also include elective rotations in PM&R, vascular, orthopedics, and thoracic surgery. Opportunities in ACS research are available and encouraged. The ideal candidate for this fellowship desires a career in trauma and emergency general surgery. Upon completion of the training program, the candidate will receive a AAST-ACS trauma fellowship training certificate and be prepared to join and provide comprehensive trauma care in a major trauma center.

How To Apply

All applicants can forward an updated CV to Jason D. Sciarretta, MD, FACS

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