South Carolina Head and Neck Surgery Fellowship
This Fellowship Program provides the comprehensive multidisciplinary training in all aspects of head and neck oncology to BC/BE candidates who have completed training in Otolaryngology, Plastic Surgery and/or General Surgery.
The Sarah Cannon Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship is a one-year program with an emphasis on the multidisciplinary and comprehensive care of the head and neck cancer patient. This advanced training is focused on complex head and neck ablative oncologic surgery, skull base surgery, endocrine and salivary surgery, advanced cutaneous surgery, transoral robotic surgery, along with microvascular free flap reconstruction and complicated local and regional reconstructions. This is an intensive comprehensive inpatient, operative and outpatient training experience that allows the fellow to function independently in a high-volume center and provide optimal care to head and neck cancer patients from diagnosis through survivorship. The goal is to provide the most well rounded, broad-based and comprehensive training to develop the highest quality head and neck surgical oncologist and microvascular surgeon.
This Fellowship Program provides the comprehensive multidisciplinary training in all aspects of head and neck oncology to BC/BE candidates who have completed training in Otolaryngology, Plastic Surgery and/or General Surgery. The fellowship combines the experience of six fellowship trained head and neck and reconstructive surgeons who combined have trained over 34 fellows.
This Charleston, South Carolina based fellowship will be based at Head and Neck Specialists of Charleston and inpatient care provided on the campus of Trident Medical Center, a hospital within the South Atlantic Division of HCA/Healthcare.
For additional information about the position, please contact David Neskey, MD, MSCR, FACS via email at David.Neskey@sarahcannon.com
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