Denver Health Medical Center has a long history of academic and clinical excellence in the field of orthopaedic trauma. Our current Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) accredited fellowship is one of the most sought-after orthopaedic trauma fellowships in the nation. With a growing demand for dual fellowship training and a need for orthopedic trauma surgeons to develop an elective interest, we are proud to announce our American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) accredited combined trauma and adult reconstruction fellowship. Under the leadership of Raveesh Richard, MD and Austin Heare MD, the fellowship program is a 12-month experience that will emphasize all aspects of adult reconstruction surgery including primary and revision joint replacement, post-traumatic hip and knee reconstruction as well as simple and complex orthopedic trauma including periprosthetic fractures, pelvic and acetabular fracture fixation and periarticular fractures. The fellow will be working closely multiple faculty members and responsible for taking trauma call at our level I trauma center
The fellow will train with both orthopedic trauma and adult reconstruction fellowship-trained surgeons throughout their 12-month fellowship at Denver Health.
Pre-requisite resident education requires the completion of a North American certified orthopedic residency and a Colorado licensure.
How to Apply:
Our fellowship program participates in the AAHKS fellowship match.
For more information and an application, please visit the SF Match website as well as the AAHKS website: https://fellowship.aahks.net/
- Raveesh Richard, MD - Program Director
- Austin Heare, MD - Program Co-Director
- Cyril Mauffrey, MD – Faculty
- Joshua Parry, MD – Faculty
- Stephen Stacey, MD – Faculty
- E. Mark Hammerberg, MD – Faculty