About Our Spine Surgery Fellowship
The primary focus of this combined orthopedic and neurosurgical ACGME-accredited fellowship is on education and training. The goal is to ensure that trainees will be well-prepared to begin an academic or private practice spine surgery career with confidence.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is a Level One Trauma center, a regional referral facility for complex cases, and a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. In this environment, our spine surgery fellow is trained to treat the gamut of adult spinal disorders with confidence. A high volume of complex disorders is seen, including traumatic, congenital, degenerative, neoplastic, iatrogenic, and deformity conditions. This offers the fellow a broad clinical experience.
The training background of our multi-departmental teaching staff is diverse, exposing the fellow to a wide variety of surgical and other interventional techniques. The fellow also has directed experience in the multi-disciplinary Spine Center, inpatient wards, and emergency department.