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GME > Fellowship Programs > Orthopedic: Sports Medicine > Welcome From the Director
About Rush University
Thank you for your interest in the Rush Sports Medicine Fellowship Program in the Division of Sports Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Rush University Medical Center.

Our website is designed to provide you with a brief overview of our sports medicine fellowship program. We feel we have a highly competitive program which has and continues to expand, therefore, offering our fellow exposure to an overall well-balanced curriculum.

In addition, we have been designated as the team physicians for the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Bulls, further expanding the fellowship experience.

Our fellows are instructed by our nationally, if not internationally, recognized faculty, and are also exposed to other nationally recognized leaders through the locally based American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Learning Resource Center.

Our fellows gain an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of sports medicine injuries in a major medical center environment offering state-of-the art techniques and equipment. Upon completion they are well groomed to enter into private practice or an academic environment.

Our program is accredited by the ACGME.

Again, thank you for your interest in our sports medicine fellowship program and hope that you find the program that best matches your career endeavors.

Sincerely yours,

Bernard R. Bach, Jr., MD
The Claude N. Lambert, MD -  Helen S. Thomson Professor
Director, Sports Medicine Division
Department of Orthopedic Surgery

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