The Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Iowa is a 12-month ACGME-Accredited program committed to providing continuous, comprehensive care to student-athletes and community patients with health problems related to sports and exercise. The program integrates specialized orthopedic clinics, allowing fellows to observe and/or participate in outpatient orthopedic procedures and consultations.
The program is developed around a longitudinal, integrated curriculum and is structured in accordance with the Residency Review Committee requirements. The goal of the Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship is to provide a comprehensive, diverse, educational experience in the field of Sports Medicine. Graduates will possess the clinical competence needed to diagnose and manage medical illnesses and injuries related to sports and exercise in a variety of athletes and physically active patient populations.