Pediatric Surgery Fellowship
The Pediatric Surgery Fellowship is a robust training program for individuals interested in pursuing a career in Pediatric Surgery. The fellowship is supported by the graduate medical education infrastructure at both the Mayo Clinic in Arizona (program sponsor) and Phoenix Children's Hospital (clinical site).
Phoenix Children’s and the Mayo Clinic in Arizona are committed to the medical education of pediatric surgeons, providing an environment of academic enrichment, research and a comprehensive educational experience for clinical pediatric surgery fellowship training. Full-time pediatric surgeons serve as faculty with a diverse background including advanced MIS, trauma/critical care, oncology and neonatal surgery. In addition, the fellowship and faculty actively participate in research within the institution as well as serving as the primary investigator in multi-institutional research projects. Fellows finishing the program will be competitive for any potential employment opportunities that they pursue.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona serves as the sponsoring institution for 31 ACGME-accredited residency and fellowship programs. Trainees from these programs rotate to Phoenix Children's for elective and required pediatric experiences. Mayo Clinic in Arizona and Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education provide the administrative infrastructure and GMEC oversight to ensure high-quality graduate medical education.
Employment Agreement, Salary & Benefits and Rosters
The program only considers applications received through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Please direct all question and inquiries to Vincent Curley, the Program Administrator.
Dr. David Notrica, Program Director
Dr. Daniel Ostlie, Associate Program Director