The NYU Langone Medical Center/Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Insall Scott Kelly (ISK) Institute Fellowship Program

NYU/HJD and ISK have combined the Adult Reconstruction Fellowship programs as of August 1, 2015.

The NYULMC ISK Adult Reconstruction Fellowship will run parallel with the NYULMC HJD accredited fellowship program. In total, there will be 6 positions, the 4 NYULMC ISK non-accredited and the 2 NYULMC accredited positions. During the 2017 academic year, it is anticipated that all of the 6 fellowship positions will be ACGME accredited. It is the goal of this program to ultimately achieve ACGME accreditation for all 6 positions; therefore, the 4 non-accredited fellows will be governed by the rules and regulations of NYULMC and the ACGME. In this parallel track, there will be 7 clinical sites, with over 6,000 Adult Reconstruction surgeries performed by the combined teaching attending surgeons.

The NYULMC ISK educational program in adult reconstructive orthopaedics will include the care of arthritis and related disorders of the hip, knee and shoulder. The fellowship program will provide care of the full spectrum of hip, knee and shoulder disorders including joint replacement, joint preservation, osteotomy, ligament repair, and cartilage restoration. The full gamut of adult reconstruction technologic innovation is available for research and clinical application on a daily basis at NYULMC ISK.

Clinical volume involves approximately 6,000 Adult Reconstruction (AR) procedures per year at 7 clinical sites which include the Hospital for Joint Diseases (HJD, Bellevue Hospital, Tisch Hospital at NYULMC, St. Francis Hospital on Long Island. Outpatient clinical care experiences take place in the HJD 23rd St. Adult Reconstruction Clinic, Bellevue AR Clinic, the ISK private office, and the Center for Musculoskeletal Care Private Offices.

This fellowship participates in the San Francisco Match Program. All applications should be completed on line through the SF Match site at: www.sfmatch.org.

Fellowship Positions: 6
Director: Richard Iorio, MD