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Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

Thank you for your interest in the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

The Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Maryland was started in 1997 and was granted full accreditation by the Residency Review Committee for Family Practice of the ACGME in 1998. Physicians completing this fellowship are eligible to sit for the Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine examination.

Two positions are available to board certified/eligible applicants in family medicine, emergency medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM & R).

The fellowship is centered on office, training room, sideline and operating room evaluation and management of athletic injuries. Laboratory facilities are utilized at the downtown University of Maryland campus and Union Memorial Hospital.

Research and educational opportunities are abundant through a series of formal and informal teaching conferences and laboratory experiences.

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Contact Us

Supplemental application materials and inquiries should be addressed to:

Department of Family Medicine
Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
Attn: Pam Hough
29 South Paca St.
Lower Level
Baltimore, MD 21201

Tel: (667) 214-1880

How to Apply

Fellowship Details

Start Date: August 1
Program Director: Valerie Cothran, MD
Number of Fellows: Two (ACGME)

Team Coverage

University of Maryland College Park

Baltimore Ravens

University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)

Coppin State University

Morgan State University

Loyola University

McDonogh High School

Loyola Blakefield High School

About Baltimore

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