The Ryder trauma center attached to the University of Miami and the hospital
Jackson Memorial in Miami, FL USA, invites surgeons of all corners of Latin America
to apply for the Clinical Fellowship in Surgery of Trauma and Emergency Surgery
that begins on August 1, 2019. The duration of the training is for 1 year.
Having finished the surgical residency, having passed US licensing exams
(USMLE 1, 2CK, 2CS and 3) prior to submitting application. Be willing to live in
the city of Miami, FL for 1 year.
In addition to offering one of the best training in trauma surgeryand emergencies
in the world, with a history of 30 years serving surgeons from all continents, the
program offers excellent benefits*, which includes remuneration commensurate
with the position of training, educational assistance, reimbursement of USMLE 3
expenses, Medical and dental insurance, Disability insurance, life insurance,
Food during work time, 4 weeks of paid holidaysand above all, the opportunity
to train in a center that pays attention to first class trauma and emergency surgery,
the possibility to publish in the most prestigious magazines on the subject and the
privilege to learn Trauma Surgery and Emergency Surgery from world class professors.
The opportunity will be open until March 30, 2019. For more
information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Current benefits for the academic year 2018-2019. Subject to change
for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Dr. Ruben Peralta is the director of the fellowship program, which is accredited
by ACGME. Applications to the fellowship starting in the fall of 2019 are open now and
can be sent directly to Dr. Peralta.
Hamad offers competitive salary and benefits that include travel (to and from home),
support to attend international meetings, paid vacations and housing). Hamad General
Hospital admits over 2,000 severely injured patients a year and is a mature group with
state of the art equipment and resources.
Institution: Hamad General Hospital
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma