Interventional Spine & Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
Thank you for your interest in the OSS Health Interventional Spine & Sports Medicine Fellowship. Our mission is to provide comprehensive interventional spine, sports and musculoskeletal medicine education to academic or private practice inclined physicians who wish to bring clinical excellence to their careers.
Our twelve-month physiatric-based program has an optimal combination of academics within a private practice multi-specialty setting. We have trained over 70 graduates over the last 20 years. This program is ideally suited for those of you who seek training in the following:
- Basic and Advanced Interventional Spine Care
- Sports Medicine
- Advanced Electrodiagnostics
- Musculoskeletal Diagnostic and Therapeutic Ultrasound
- Musculoskeletal Medicine
- Business skills, billing and coding
- Practice Management/Building
Learn About our Program
Fellowship Requirements and Application Process
We train a total of six fellows annually. Three (3) fellows begin their one-year training in July and three (3) begin their one-year training in January. The next open fellowship positions will be for those starting July 1, 2020 and January, 2021.
Requirements for consideration for the OSS Health Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine Fellowships include the following.
- Completion of an accredited North American Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation residency or other residency with a minimum of three months of electrodiagnostic experience.
- Current Pennsylvania Allopathic/Osteopathic medical and DEA licensures. These need to be current prior to your fellowship start date.
- Confirmation of successful completion of the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and/or the Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX) prior to program acceptance
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of recommendation, including one from your residency program director
- Our application
- Cover letter
- A picture in jpeg format to attach to your file
The common offer date process will begin Saturday, September 22, 2019 at 11:00am EST.
Applications will be accepted from April 1 to September 1.
Interviews will be offered between May 1 and September 15 as completed application materials are received.
After the material is reviewed, we will contact selected residents for an interview. During your visit, you will be asked to do a 20-minute presentation on a musculoskeletal topic of your choice. To accommodate the high volume of qualified residents, our interviews usually last two days. We do not anticipate offering positions to anyone who has not spent a minimum of two days touring the OSS Health facilities.
Once interview times are filled, we will be unable to invite additional applicants despite the strength of their application. Therefore, we encourage you to expedite your materials.
Elective rotations are permitted from October 1 through April 30. We prefer not to have rotations while people are here in the interview process.
We are not offering ACGME accredited positions. We are a member of the NASS Interventional Spine Fellowship Consortium and will be abiding by the September, 2018 Common Offer Date. You may contact our Fellowship Coordinator, Luanne McDonald, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 718-2000, extension 2048 with additional questions.
Duration and Benefits
Duration: One year
Number of Positions: Six (6)
- Three (3) July 1 through June 30
- Three (3) January 1 through December 31
- Competitive annual salary and benefits
- Paid malpractice insurance
- Up to five (5) days paid CME
- Health insurance coverage for fellow and dependents
- Paid professional license and appropriate dues