Northern California Reconstruction Foot and Ankle Fellowship

Program Director:
Jason Nowak, DPM, FACFAS

Other Program Faculty:
Paul Schwartz, MD
John Lange, MD
Eric Jenkinson, MD
David Schillen, MD
Tony Chang, MD
Troy Miles, MD
Farzad Sabet, MD
Stephen Ferraro, MD
Brian Blackburn, MD
Matthew Herring, MD
Forrest Monroe, MD
Jennifer Olds, FNP
Aaron Osborne, DO

Post Graduate Fellow:
Accepting fellow beginning in 2020

Shasta Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
1255 Libery Street
Redding, CA 96001
Phone:
(530) 246-2467
Fax:
(530) 242-9460
Email: norcalrfaf@gmail
Website: shastaortho.com

Number of Positions:
One

Duration:
One year

Program Start and End Dates:

August 1 – July 31

Application Deadline and Process:

  • ACFAS Standard Application and CV are due by April 1 of PGY-II Year.
  • Applicants being granted an on-site visit will be notified by April 15.
  • On-site visits will be available May 1 - July 15.
  • Final fellow selection will be completed and candidates will be notified in early August.

Program Application:
ACFAS Standard Fellowship Application Form

Stipend:
$60,000 (plus benefits)

Position Locations:  
Redding, CA: Mercy Hospital, Shasta Regional Medical Center, Mercy Outpatient Surgery center, Apogee Surgery Center

Research Requirements:
Develop a research project of interest. Must be of publishable quality.

Program Summary/Training Goals:
The fellow will be exposed to a high-volume reconstructive foot and ankle practice, with a strong emphasis on total ankle arthroplasty and rearfoot/ankle reconstruction. There is significant exposure to foot and ankle trauma and sports medicine, as well. The fellow will also learn how to integrate into a large, busy orthopaedic practice. The fellow will be expected to become proficient in all facets of foot and ankle surgery, as well as being able to manage a busy foot and ankle clinic. There will be ample exposure to surgical and office billing, allowing for a complete, well-rounded fellowship experience.

Educational Opportunities

Upcoming