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Applicant Information

Thinking of applying for a Sports Medicine Fellowship? Take a look at the AMSSM Fellowship Field Manual.

Application Requirements:

  • Completion of ACGME Accredited Residency in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine
  • MMC supports J-1 Visas but does not sponsor H-1 visas
  • Participation in the NRMP match
  • Participation in ERAS
  • Personal Statement
  • Three letters of recommendation from physicians who have supervised you in a clinical setting
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Signed AMSSM Code of Ethics

Documentation of all cited/pending publications and invited regional and/or national presentations. Absence of any required materials will delay the review of your application.

Acceptable documents are:

  • A copy of the first page of the published article or
  • A copy of the manuscript itself or
  • A copy of the meeting program, listing your presentation or
  • A copy of an acceptance letter from a journal or from meeting organizers

Application Deadline: September 30th of current year

MMC Sports Medicine Fellowship Program follows the NRMP timeline and for those selected for interviews.

  • Must receive completed applications by September 30th of current year
  • Interview period: October - December
  • Interviews will be held on Wednesday’s in October and November; December if needed

In keeping with ACGME and NRMP requirements, all interviewed applicants will have an opportunity to review the MMC policy on visas, stipends and benefits, and review a sample MMC contract available on the Department of Medical Education website. Please note all Sports Fellows will be paid at a Fellow 1 level which corresponds to a PGY4 stipend here at Maine Medical Center. Please see Residency Page for details.

All interviews will be held virtually.

Contact

Jennifer A. Burnham, Program Manager
272 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
207-662-7351
Jennifer.A.Burnham@mainehealth.org

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