Joint Reconstruction Fellowships
The fellowship program consists of a one-year joint replacement rotation under Dr. Randall Peyton. The fellow participates in both inpatient and outpatient care, gaining experience in the management of complex primary and revision joint replacements. Additionally, an opportunity is available for a rotation in advanced shoulder reconstruction under Dr. Matthew Griffith, providing the fellow with experience in shoulder arthroplasty.
The fellow will gain clinical experience with these procedures under the guidance of Dr. Randall Peyton and Dr. Matthew Griffith.
Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner Rotations
Our mission is to provide the highest quality patient care in an academic environment that fosters an outstanding educational experience for physician assistants and nurse practitioners. We provide exposure to many specialties within the field of orthopaedics. Our primary goal is to allow the student the opportunity to obtain a diverse, hands-on clinical and operative orthopaedic experience and to leave the rotation with a solid fundamental orthopaedic knowledge and physical exam. We are currently a preceptor site for the Shenandoah University Physician Assistant Program, James Madison University Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner Program, George Washington University Nurse Practitioner Program, and Lincoln Memorial Physician Assistant Program. We are always open to adding additional schools and programs.
Radiology Technologist Rotations
Students currently enrolled in a certified radiology program participate in clinical rotations. During this time, they obtain hands on training and gain experience in orthopedic radiology. Clinical competencies, set by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, are completed which allow graduates to sit for the ARRT registry exam and obtain licensure.