Orthopaedic Surgery

at New York Medical College and Westchester Medical Center
Macy Pavilion Rm. 008
Valhalla, NY 10595


Phone: 914-493-8743
Fax: 914-493-1230























































Program Graduates and Fellowship Sites




Year/Name Sub-specialty Location Years
Sreevathsa Boraiah     2009-2013
Jeremy Mangion     2009-2013
Barbara Steele     2009-2013
Santiago Lozano-Calderon Musculoskeletal Oncology Mass General 2007-2012
Katherine Ma Foot and Ankle University of Rochester 2007-2012
Vishal Patel Spine William Beaumont 2007-2012
Justin Friedman Trauma USC 2006-2011
Mark Jo Trauma Wash U. St. Louis 2006-2011
Matthew Harris Pediatrics Shriner 2006-2011
David Friedberg Trauma UCSF 2005-2010
Garrett Snyder Sports U. Kentucky 2005-2010
Yigal Samocha Spine Texas Back 2005-2010
Yasmin Dhar Sports 3B PA Hospital 2004-2009
Travis Kemp Foot & Ankle Coughlin Clinic 2004-2009
Yeukkei (Roy) Cheung Adult Recon UC Davis 2004-2009
Timothy Achor Trauma HSS 2003-2008
Daniel Kelmanovich
Foot & Ankle Inst. F&A Recon Mercy (Meyerson) 2003-2008
Jennifer Kreshak Tumor Mass General 2002-2008
Yariv Maghen Hand NYU Joint Diseases 2003-2008
Cristian Brotea Spine Cleveland Clinic 2002-2007
Amar Rajadhyaksha Adult Recon HSS 2002-2007



Fellowship sites:
University of Pittsburgh
Duke University
Mt. Sinai Medical Center, NY
University of Tennessee – Campbell Clinic
New York University/Hospital for Joint Diseases
Beth Israel Deaconess/Harvard Medical School
Brigham and Woman’s Hospital
Beth Israel North Medical Center
Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy, Baltimore, MD
University of California – San Francisco
Baylor College of Medicine
Hospital for Special Surgery
Children’s Hospital Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania
Cedar-Sinai, CA
Georgetown University
The Union Memorial Hospital
Florida Orthopedic Institute
Cleveland Clinic
Massachusetts General Hospital


Many orthopaedic surgeons elect to do further training, or fellowships, after completing their residency training. Fellowship training in an orthopaedic subspecialty is typically one year in duration (sometimes two) and sometimes has a research component involved with the clinical and operative training.


Examples of orthopedic subspecialty training in the United States are:

  • Hand surgery
  • Shoulder and elbow surgery
  • Total joint reconstruction
  • Pediatric orthopedics
  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • Spine surgery
  • Musculoskeletal oncology
  • Surgical sports medicine
  • Orthopaedic trauma