Midwest Breast & Aesthetic Surgery is proud to offer a fellowship in microsurgical breast reconstruction. With over 200 perforator-based free flap breast reconstructions per year, our practice provides a high-volume setting for exposure to this growing sub-specialty.
We perform our surgeries in both smaller specialty centers and larger tertiary care hospitals across several private healthcare systems. This creates a unique opportunity for Fellows to appreciate and understand how to build and sustain a largely reconstructive practice outside of purely academic environments.
We are dedicated to education and scholarship and support research projects. Fellows are encouraged to publish and present their work at national meetings.
We are happy to answer any questions or provide additional information to any interested individuals. Please send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 855.687.6227 during regular business hours.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the fellowship period?
The fellowship is 12 months, starting on August 1 and lasting through July 31 of each calendar year.
How many Fellows are there each year?
There is one position available each year.
What types of surgeries?
We primarily focus on surgery of the breast with an emphasis on breast reconstruction using autologous tissue. Most of our operations are perforator-based, free flap operations such as DIEP, SGAP, IGAP, TUG, and PAP flaps.
What types of benefits are provided?
- Medical and dental insurance
- Malpractice insurance
- Three (3) weeks paid vacation
- One week paid CME/meeting (registration, travel, and lodging included)
- Completion of an ACGME-accredited Plastic Surgery training program
- Ohio medical licensure (can be applied for after Fellowship is secured)
*The information available on this page was created to educate our patients. It is not an alternative for a formal consultation with a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Individual results vary per patient. For more information, we strongly recommend scheduling a consultation with our doctors.