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Colorectal Surgery Fellowship Opportunities

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Advancing the Next Generation of Surgeons

As pioneers and leaders in colorectal surgery, our team is actively involved in education and research to train medical students, physician assistant students and international fellows in the latest colon and rectal surgery techniques and procedures. Our close, continuing relationships with professors from institutions like the University of Central Florida Medical School and the Florida College of Medicine help guide the education and advance the next generation of surgeons.
In association with Florida Hospital, the Center for Colon & Rectal Surgery offers subspecialty training in colorectal surgery for physicians who have completed general surgery residency. The program was founded in 2010 by Dr. Albert and Atallah and is one of four ACGME-accredited fellowships in the subspecialty of colorectal surgery in the state of Florida. A hallmark of the colorectal training program is an emphasis on new technology. Fellows of the program have the opportunity to get hands-on training in treatment methods such as robotic-assisted colorectal surgery, laparoscopic surgery and TAMIS (Transanal Minimally Invasive Surgery).  The program lasts one year and focuses on training colorectal surgeons for advanced procedures and clinical research.


Applicants for the Colorectal Surgery Fellowship Program must be in their final year of training or need to have completed training within the past two years and be currently practicing. Required documents for eligibility may differ, according to educational background. Please see the following

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