Sports Medicine Fellowship
Halifax Health – Sports Medicine Fellowship Program has been ACGME accredited and involved in the Daytona Beach community since 1997. The fellowship is a 1 year, PGY-4 position open to graduates of ACGME accredited residency programs in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine. Halifax Health – Sports Medicine Fellowship Program has a strong community feel with ties to Bethune-Cookman University, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and Daytona State College. Graduates of the Sports Medicine Fellowship are eligible to sit for the ABFM Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine upon completion.
Halifax Health – Sports Medicine Fellowship provides a well-rounded, multi-disciplinary approach to fellowship education. We follow a dedicated musculoskeletal ultrasound curriculum to provide our sports fellow with a longitudinal experience in the use of the musculoskeletal ultrasound as well as a board preparation lecture series in anticipation of sitting for the Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine through the ABFM. Our fellowship is involved with Halifax Health Family Medicine Residency, and our fellow has the opportunity to precept in the Sports Medicine Clinic as well as teach residents on musculoskeletal topics.
Halifax Health – Sports Medicine Fellowship curriculum provides experience in our musculoskeletal clinic as well as with community preceptors in PM&R sports medicine, musculoskeletal radiology, podiatry, orthopedic surgery, and concussion evaluation and management. Event coverage includes football associated with Bethune-CookmanUniversity and MainlandHigh School; lacrosse with EmbryRiddleAeronauticalUniversity; baseball with the Daytona Tortugas (High-A Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds); endurance events such as the Tomoka Marathon – and many more opportunities throughout the year!
The program director for Halifax Health – Sports Medicine Fellowship is Roy Lemaster, MD, CAQ-SM, FAAFP. Dr. Lemaster has been working with this fellowship program since 2012 and became the program director in 2017.