Medical Education

Breast Surgery Fellowship - Grant Medical Center

Breast Surgery Fellowship - Grant Medical Center

We prepare our fellows for lifelong careers in the diagnosis and treatment of breast conditions.

OhioHealth Grant Medical Center one-year breast surgery fellowship emphasizes short time detection to diagnosis for our patients of benign and malignant diseases.  Our fellows are involved throughout all aspects of patient care and treatment alongside our expert physicians. Nationally we have been recognized for Breast Health Services in the Top 100 Hospitals. The fellowship is available to candidates who have completed a residency and are board-eligible general surgeons.



Why Choose Breast Surgery at Grant Medical Center

Our fellowship program is designed to bring you up to speed smoothly, while learning from the best minds in the field.


Preparation for Independent Practice

24/7 Simulation Access: Virtual hospital rooms are configured to support and interface with the patient simulators preparing you for real-life scenarios.

Strong Didactics: Present at weekly breast tumor board conferences, organize monthly journal club, attend monthly second opinion and genetics clinics, and participate in community education lectures.

Extension Research: Perform clinical research, prepare manuscripts for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, and present at a national meeting.

Additional Fellow Support

Our fellowship gives you a strong foundation for long-term success during your year of training. It includes, but is not limited to the following:

Simulation Training

Simulation training at OhioHealth provides 24/7 access to fellows across three medical campuses; Grant Medical Center, Riverside Methodist Hospital and Doctors Hospital. 

  • The Education Center at Grant Medical Center is equipped with three patient simulators, 15 models, virtual reality training and a cadaver lab. 
  • The Center for Medical Education and Innovation at Riverside Methodist Hospital uses four adult patient simulators. It is also configured with virtual hospital rooms, such as, an operating room, intensive care unit, trauma suite, and patient room.
  • The Simulation and Education Center at Doctors Hospital provides virtual trainers, task trainers and a hospital based anatomical lab.
Rotation Opportunities

In addition to Grant Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center, and other OhioHealth inpatient and outpatient facilities, fellows will have the opportunity to go to Riverside Methodist Hospital, Dublin Methodist Hospital and Doctors Hospital for their rotations.

Reseearch Opportunities

We have full-time, dedicated faculty members who are available to provide support and guidance for fellows on their research projects. Fellows will have the opportunities to participate in the below scholarly activities:

  • Weekly lectures, conferences, seminars, small discussion groups, genetics clinics and journal clubs.
  • Participation in the Annual Fellow's Institute review of breast surgery procedures.
  • IRB approved research projects leading to presentation and/or publication.
  • Submission of a manuscript for publication in a peer review journal.
  • Access to shared databases through the staffed library.
Mentorship Program

We match fellows with an experienced faculty member to provide one-to-one guidance centered on engagement, leadership, research, interpersonal skills and career development.

Fellow Well-Being

We know that to take care of others, we must first take care of ourselves. We work closely with our fellows to help them keep a healthy work-life balance. We achieve this in a variety of ways that include but are not limited to the following.

  • Three weeks paid vacation
  • Free on-site fitness center membership 
  • Onsite, free parking
  • OhioHealth employee assistance programs
  • 24-hour food service
  • Resident lounges
  • Dedicated call rooms