About the Program
The Baylor College of Medicine ACGME-approved Hand Surgery Fellowship covers the entire spectrum of upper extremity surgery with major emphasis on the hand and wrist-acute trauma, reconstructive surgery, brachial plexus, free bone and myocutaneuous flaps, replantation, total joint replacement, sports medicine, congenital deformities and arthroscopy.
Training and Projects
Training occurs in Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center at McNair Campus, Ben Taub Hospital, Houston Methodist Hospital, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Texas Children’s Hospital, and the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
A clinical research project is required and participation in a laboratory project is strongly encouraged.
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