Stanford Children’s Health Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery - Fellowship Program

Letter from the Program Director

Dr Megan Imrie, Clinical Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

Thank you for your interest in our program- an update on our progress follows. We have an outstanding faculty with subspecialty interests including spinal deformity, sports medicine, childhood and adolescent hip disorders, limb deformities, oncology and neuromuscular disorders. My personal interests in pediatric foot and ankle disorders and musculoskeletal trauma added to the expertise already present in these areas.  I am excited to be a part of this terrific group of faculties, and to help advance our excellent resident and fellow educational programs.


Application Information

The SF Match requires the following documents:

Completed and signed Central Application Service (CAS) application forms

CAS distribution list and payment

USMLE scores

Four (4) letters of reference

Updated CV (please see SF Match format


The Stanford University Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship program is a one-year program in which the Peds fellow will obtain comprehensive experience in pediatric orthopaedics.  Fellows will have the opportunity to work with all eleven pediatric orthopaedic surgeons and operate at four hospitals and be exposed to all aspects of pediatric orthopaedic surgery.  Spinal deformity, sports medicine, hip preservation and DDH, neuromuscular disorders, congenital disease, and fractures comprise much of the experience.  The fellow will be prepared for a career in academic Orthopaedics at any major university or children's hospital. 

Research/Scholar Activity

Program Coordinator

Adm Assoc 3, Orthopaedic Surgery - Orthopaedics
(650) 723-5243

Photo Gallery

Dr Hoffinger at the POSNA-ASEAN Conference in Thailand 2017

Dr Imrie at Chinese Orthopaedic Association 2017 Conference

Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Holiday Party  - Dr Imrie, Dr Van Nortwick and Dr Tileston with Alice, future Stanford Children’s pediatric orthopedic fellow 2045


Dr. Frick with 2017 Bleck Visiting Professors,  Dr. Michael Vitale and Dr. James McCarthy


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