Dominique Stevens, MD
UR Highland Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellow 2019-2020
"What I like best about this program is its variety and breadth of experiences. From the strong academic and research exposure to the myriad of athletic event coverage at all levels of competition, this program is extremely well rounded."
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Our fellowship is designed for physicians seeking an exceptional, academic primary care based sports medicine experience. We prepare board eligible or certified primary care physicians to become academic sports medicine specialists.
Is to train academically grounded and clinically oriented sports medicine physicians who will provide excellent musculoskeletal and sports medicine care, serve as team physicians at any level and teachers in their setting.
Our program focuses on the development of academic primary care sports medicine physicians by providing fellowship level training to allow for the passage of the Certification of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. Our graduates will increase the local and regional supply of sports medicine physicians. Our faculty and fellows provide teaching in MSK / sports medicine to 7 residency programs (family medicine, physiatry, internal medicine, pediatrics, emergency medicine, medicine-pediatrics, orthopedics), several fellowship programs (adolescent medicine, rheumatology) and the UR medical school. We provide medical care to the Rochester athletic community including recreational, school-age, collegiate, and professional athletes, teams and events. Finally, our program engages widely in scholarly work including discovery, integration, application, and dissemination and teaching of knowledge.