Hand Surgery Fellowship Program

The Hand Surgery Fellowship Program, at INTEGRIS Health Southwest Medical Center, is a one-year ACGME-accredited program approved for two fellows.

Hand Surgery Fellowship Program

INTEGRIS Health is proud to host a hand fellowship directed by Kristopher Avant, D.O. and four other hand surgeons from diverse orthopedic, plastic surgery, and general surgery backgrounds. This is a one-year fellowship in upper extremities offering a diverse approach to treating shoulder to fingertip.

Two one-year positions are available for this one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship program which runs 12 consecutive months from August 1 through July 31.
The teaching program includes didactics, fellowship-guided lectures for faculty and other departments, quarterly labs, and a monthly journal club. Clinical categories of complex upper extremity care include acute trauma, replantation, shoulder arthroplasty and arthroscopy, complex elbow, soft tissue reconstruction, and general elective hand surgery.

Mission Statement

Partnering with people to provide excellence in Hand and Upper Extremity surgical training while providing uncompromised patient care.

Program Goals and Objectives

Our program goal is to create an intellectually stimulating environment for acquiring knowledge, clinical skills, judgment, and professional attitudes essential to upper extremity surgery. The program director, hand surgery faculty and the sponsoring institution, INTEGRIS Health, are fully committed to ensuring the immutable success of the program and excellence in education that will serve our community's needs well. 

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