The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Division of Burn Surgery offers a one- to two-year burn fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Burn Center. The fellowship provides clinical and surgical experience, as well as a strong research emphasis on all aspects of burn care. The position is available to physicians who are board eligible or certified in plastic or general surgery, or those who have completed three years of general surgery training. International medical graduates are also considered with appropriate medical qualifications and ECFMG certification.
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Surgical and emergency medicine residents from various hospitals throughout the region rotate through the Burn Center. The rotation entails experience in all aspects of burn care, including intensive care, surgery, outpatient treatment and reconstruction.
Please feel free to contact our offices at the Johns Hopkins Burn Center for further details regarding our fellowship and residency programs.
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