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Lenox Hill Orthopaedics consists of both full-time and part-time attending orthopaedic surgeons and research scientists. Three of the full-time staff are responsible for the coordination of medical education and ongoing training of the resident staff and research scientists. Clinical areas are coordinated by the division chiefs who organize and direct the clinical experience of the resident staff. The primary goal of the program is to train and graduate a well-rounded, well educated orthopaedic surgeon.
Lenox Hill Hospital offers two fellowship programs in Adult Reconstruction. Both programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The Adult Reconstruction program at Lenox Hill Hospital under the direction of Jose A. Rodriguez, M.D., Director of Adult Reconstruction, offers exposure to joint preservation and reconstruction, with the major emphasis on total hip and total knee replacement. The Insall Scott Kelly Institute Adult Reconstruction and Sports Medicine Fellowship focuses on knee reconstruction and arthroplasty, shoulder surgery and sports medicine.
Lenox Hill Orthopaedics, in conjunction with the Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma (NISMAT), offers a unique one-year fellowship, which is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education. The program provides exposure to complex sports medicine operative procedures, and to the care of athletes both on and off the field. Fellows participate in the care of college athletes, as well as professional football and hockey teams.