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Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation

A non-profit organization that offers a one-year clinical fellowship in adult total joint reconstruction (4 positions). Founded in 1983, the program stresses clinical evaluation of primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty patients, surgical reconstruction, and postoperative management.

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Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that offers a one-year clinical fellowship in adult total joint reconstruction (4 positions). Founded in 1983, the program stresses clinical evaluation of primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty patients, surgical reconstruction, and postoperative management. Fellows become proficient in routine and complex primary hip and knee arthroplasty, as well as revision arthroplasty. Fellows are exposed to a multitude of reconstructive options, surgical approaches, and arthroplasty implants (using implants from the four major manufacturers) while rotating three months with each attending.

Our Location

The Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation shares a medical campus with the INOVA Mount Vernon Hospital, located in Alexandria, Virginia, approximately 20 miles south of Washington, DC.

Goals and Characteristics

The primary goal of the fellowship is to provide advanced training in adult reconstructive surgery with an emphasis on complex problems, including revision total joint replacement with a unique variety of new approaches and techniques that will provide the Fellow with a multifaceted approach to complex reconstructive situations. Fellows work very closely with four different surgeons both in the outpatient and inpatient setting.

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Acknowledgment

Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation acknowledges OMeGA Medical Grants Association and the support of DePuy Synthes, Stryker, Zimmer Biomet, as well as Smith & Nephew for their generous Adult Reconstruction/Arthroplasty grant.