Fellowship Opportunities

Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship Program

The Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship is designed to provide subspecialty training in all areas of pediatric orthopaedic surgery with one of the top pediatric orthopaedic teams in the country. The 12-month fellowship program combines clinical training and research, preparing surgeons for a career in both private practice and academic settings. Training locations include Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics, with academic appointments at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

Visit Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital’s full pediatric orthopaedics fellowship site.

Fellows in our Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Program will experience world-class training benefits associated with diverse and varied clinical, surgical, hospital, teaching and research opportunities.

The fellowship offers extensive exposure to both simple and complex pediatric conditions including:

  • Trauma
  • Scoliosis
  • Clubfoot
  • Hip diseases (such as dysplasia, impingement and Perthes Disease)
  • Limb deformities
  • Tumors
  • Metabolic and genetic conditions
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Conditions that affect the spine, hip , foot and ankle, and hand
  • Myelomeningocele
  • Degenerative diseases
  • Congenital conditions

Contact Us:

Fellowship Program
Rosemary Bankston
Phone: 901-759-3274
Email: [email protected]

Fellowship Program – Directors

Dr. Derek Kelly
Dr. Jeffrey Sawyer

Please watch our video to learn more about our Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship program

Campbell Clinic UTHSC Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

The Campbell Clinic/ UTHSC Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Mission:

To train physicians from primary specialties in the art and science of musculoskeletal and sports medicine, encompassing the science and clinical application of exercise physiology, kinesiology, non-operative orthopedics, cardiology and general medicine applied to the care of the active person.  It is the unique purpose also to prepare physician specialists who understand, advance, and apply evidence based medicine in the psychosocial, environmental, and physiologic milieu of athletic training and competition from the pediatric to the elite. 

Sports Medicine Experiences:

Sports Medicine Coverage:

Memphis Hustle- G League

Memphis901FC- USL Soccer

Memphis Redbirds baseball- AAA Affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals

University of Memphis (Division 1): Weekly training room on Tuesdays, Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball

Rhodes College (Division 3): Weekly training room on Wednesdays, Football, Basketball, Men’s Lacrosse

First Assembly Christian High School: Weekly training room on Wednesdays, Football, Basketball

St. Jude Memphis Marathon


July – Physical Therapy/ Sports Performance

August/September – Sports Orthopedics

August/September – Gross Anatomy

October – Cardiology

November – Foot/Ankle

December – Hand

January – Pediatric Orthopedics

February – Exercise Science

March – Sports Orthopedics

April – Elective

May – Spine

June – Elective

Longitudinal Rotations: Sports Psychology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Sports Nutrition, Continuity Clinic

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

The fellow has weekly dedicated fellowship time in a high volume ultrasound outpatient clinic. 

Hands-on experience in diagnostic MSK US, MRI arthrography and interventions is typical.

Once a month they will participate in outpatient surgery center based collaborations between Interventional Ultrasound Faculty and Orthopedic Surgery—(Emphasis on minimally invasive procedures including percutaneous and mini-open tenotomy, tenolysis bursectomy and neurolysis). 

Our fellow is expected to progress in interventional competence based on skill and interest ranging from simple injections to pain procedures, regenerative/proliferative medicine and minimally invasive surgery. 

Diverse exposures to different approaches under Dr. Nahum Beard CAQSM Sports/Interventional Ultrasound, Dr. Steven Brown CAQSM Sports Medicine and Dr. Santos Martinez CAQSM Sports/Spine and Regenerative Medicine. 

Monthly didactic lecture on MSK US

Research opportunities in the field of MSK US. 

Dedicated time to practice usually on research half days. 

Conferences and Didactics

Annual American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) Fellows Research and Leadership Conference

Annual AMSSM National Meeting

Primary Care Sports Lecture- Tuesday Mornings

Orthopedic Sports Lecture- Wednesday Mornings

Lecture to Family Medicine residents- Once a month

Journal Club once a month

Contact Information

John C. Hyden, MD
Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics

1400 South Germantown Road
Germantown, TN 38138

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (901) 759-3116
Fax: (901) 435-5661

Fellowship Physicians

John C. Hyden, MD
Nahum M. Beard, MD
Santos F. Martinez, M.D.
Frederick M. Azar, M.D.

To apply please visit: /primary-care-sports-medicine-application/

Foot and Ankle Fellowship Program

Dates: August 1 through July 31 (12 months)
Program Director: Clayton C. Bettin, M.D.
Associated faculty: Benjamin J. Grear, M.D., G. Andrew Murphy, M.D., David R. Richardson, M.D.
Number of fellows: Two

The Program

At the Campbell Clinic, we are proud that our fellowship program has four fellowship trained Foot and Ankle surgeons from different training programs which brings different perspectives to patient care and your education. As a fellow in our program, you will be exposed to the full complement of orthopaedic foot and ankle procedures including trauma, arthroplasty, sports injuries and arthroscopy, forefoot, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, diabetes/Charcot, and deformity correction with fine wire frames. The busy Foot and Ankle service provides you with a plethora of operative and clinical learning opportunities as there are two fellows and two residents for the four staff. The Campbell Clinic is a private practice, but is also the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery for the University of Tennessee. As the institution that publishes Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics, there is a significant infrastructure available to you to assist with any projects you wish to complete, including a librarian, editors, artists, research nurses, statisticians, and biomedical engineers. As a fellow in our program, you will participate fully in clinical and surgical settings, weekly didactic/research conferences, fellow’s courses, and assist with resident education.

We firmly believe in providing you with ample time for reading, research, and enjoying your surroundings during the fellowship year in Memphis, TN. There is no mandatory call, which leaves your weekends and evenings free to reflect on your work and preparation for upcoming cases or conferences. This fellowship participates in the match program. All applicants must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited residency in orthopaedic surgery, and be eligible to obtain medical licensure and DEA certification in the states of Tennessee and Mississippi.


The fellowship will include a basic research component, and Fellows will be expected to complete either a clinical or a basic science research project. The orthopaedic skills laboratory and the basic science laboratory will be available for these projects, and Fellows will be mentored during the laboratory experience.

Another important component of this fellowship is a critical analysis of the literature. This will be accomplished through the Journal Club, in which you will be given instructions on evidence-based medicine and will critically evaluate the current literature.


Teaching skills will be promoted. Fellows will give lectures during foot and ankle conferences and complete a self-directed reading program.
This is a one-year fellowship after completion of residency training. Your progress will be monitored by the attendings through the weekly conferences and day-to-day presentations of cases. Your surgical techniques will be monitored as well.

ACGME application requirements

Applicants for this fellowship must have completed an ACGME accredited residency program in orthopaedic surgery, or an AOA accredited residency in osteopathic surgery, and be eligible to obtain a DEA certificate and medical licenses in both Tennessee and Mississippi. They are also required to obtain hospital privileges at the following institutions affiliated with the parent program:

  • University of Tennessee/Campbell Clinic Faculty Appointment
  • Campbell Clinic Surgery Center
  • Baptist Memorial Hospital (East, Collierville Branches)
  • Regional One Health (formerly The MED)
  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Memphis
  • Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare facilities

How to apply

Accepting applications: 2022-2023 (Fall 2021)
Match participation: SF Match
Application deadline: November 1

Contact us

Program Director: Clayton C. Bettin, M.D.
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics
1400 S. Germantown Road
Germantown, TN 38138

Education Coordinator: Rosemary Bankston
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (901) 759-3274

Campbell Clinic also currently offers fellowships in the following areas:

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