Plastic Surgery Fellowships
The Burn Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Harborview Medical Center is a one-year clinical fellowship that is designed to provide a wide range of experience in the acute and long-term care of the burned patient.
The University of Washington Hand Surgery Program covers the affiliated University hospitals, which include the University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Seattle Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The Hand Surgery Program is a cooperative effort by the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and the Division of Plastic Surgery. Residents from both Orthopedic Surgery and Plastic Surgery also take part in the Hand Surgery Program. For a complete description of the Hand Surgery Fellowship please visit the Orthopedics website.
This fellowship program is non-ACGME and non-accredited. The microsurgery fellowship is based on a large clinical referral base from five states. The fellowship educational experience is intrinsically linked to the UW Medicine Center for Reconstructive Surgery, a multi-disciplinary team with coordinated clinical and academic activities.
The craniofacial surgery fellowship program is managed by the administrative staff at Seattle Children’s Hospital and more information regarding this fellowship can be found at the Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship page.