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Welcome to the Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship at WVU! Our fellowship is an exciting 12 months overflowing with clinical, didactic, professional and personal growth. The choosing of a fellowship is a critical step in your career. We would like to help you with this process. The fellowship was created by Dr. Guy Monteleone, and is fully accredited by the ACGME. We accept physicians trained in Family Medicine from accredited Family Medicine residencies only.
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Fellowship accredited 1/09 with NO citations from the ACGME.
Fellowship reaccredited May 2012, again with NO citations from the ACGME.
First fellow 7/2009
Salary: WVU School of Medicine PGY4: $55,646 For more information...
Vacation: 24 days of leave per year for vacation or practice search
Lots of patients = lots of education
Lots of event coverage: varying levels and types of sports (collegiate, High School, Middle School, WV Gymnastics Training Center and School of the Performing Arts)
Didactics that are unmatched
Dedicated research time
Musculoskeletal ultrasound! (didactics and hands-on): WVU is ahead of the field in this regard.
Youth of program allows fellow to be a resource. Not a take it or leave it program.
fellow quizzes weekly,
X-ray conference: read actual x-rays. Learn angles, measures, fractures.
twice monthly orthopedic sports medicine lectures in Family Medicine Department.
monthly journal clubs
Family Medicine Continuity longitudinal experience:
2 half days of Family Medicine clinic each week
Fellow’s own High School: cover Football, Basketball. Also cover other sports as interest, time dictate. Training once a week at the High school.
Collegiate sports: assist faculty with WVU sports. as well as Waynesburg University.
Decker’s Creek Marathon: mass event coverage the fellow helps coordinate this community athletic event.
Preparticipation exams: one coordinated Saturday each year, plus numerous exams in continuity clinics.
The fellow is expected to produce a scholarly project. The fellowship supports the fellow in completion of this project in a timely manner. There is one week each quarter of the fellowship dedicated just to research and advanced basic sciences. Plus, each Friday afternoon throughout the year is protected time for research activity. In addition, there is funding for posters, travel to present, etc.