Who We Are
We are one of the oldest and most established sports medicine fellowships in the country.
Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
Duration: Three one-year positions (July 1 - June 30)
Deadline: Application must be received between July 15 and Sept 30.
Location: Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This Fellowship is ACGME-accredited.
Graduates are eligible for the Certificate of Added Qualification Exam
Cleveland Clinic's Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is one of the oldest and most established sports medicine fellowship training programs in the United States. The one-year program is affiliated with the Department of Family Medicine at Fairview Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic hospital. Established in 1985, the Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship has over 80 graduates. Though most have trained in Family Medicine, graduates of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residencies have been accepted to the program. The Fellowship has ACGME accreditation allowing the graduates to take the CAQ for Sports Medicine examination.
Cleveland Clinic Sports Medicine is a group of sports medicine and team physicians working in collaboration with one another and with our allied medical partners in the office, in the training room, on the playing field and in the classroom with a commitment to the pursuit of clinical excellence. Education and research are integral to the commitment.