• Sports Medicine Primary Care Fellowship

    The Sports Medicine Fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a one-year program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). We have two positions available per academic year.

    Candidates should visit the ERAS website for more information and to apply for our program.

    Our fellows receive a comprehensive education including academic and private practice outpatient clinics. As a CCHMC fellow, you are on the side-lines for NCAA Division I athletic events as well as in the medical tent for mass participation events like the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon and the Girls on the Run annual event. You will also provide team physician coverage for a local high school. Opportunities to assist with cardiac screening programs, ACL injury prevention programs, and additional research projects are encouraged. Additionally, fellows have the opportunity to provide lectures to medical students, residents, and community providers.

    Below are some tips for submitting your application for the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship.

    • Applications will be accepted between July 1 and October 1 of each preceding academic year. If your application is not RECEIVED by October 1 it will not be considered.
    • All supporting documents not able to be included in the ERAS application should be mailed to the address below.

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
    Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
    3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 10001
    Cincinnati, OH 45229

    Thank you for your interest in our program. We welcome your questions about our program.  

    Paul Gubanich, MD, MPH
    Program Director
    Associate Professor of Pediatrics 
    paul.gubanich@cchmc.org

    Lynn Adams
    Program Coordinator
    lynn.adams@cchmc.org
    513-803-0250

  • Learn More About the Fellowship

    The sports medicine fellowship trains fellows on a range of topics related to sports medicine: managing athletes’ healthcare needs, understanding the role of exercise in maintaining overall health, managing healthcare from the team physician perspective and understanding the contribution of athletes to the community.

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