The Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship Program at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta provides exceptional training to medical professionals in the identification, management, and surgical and nonsurgical treatment of pediatric hand and upper extremity disorders in children from birth to age 21.

This six-month fellowship is not accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). However, the pediatric fellowship program offers broad exposure to all facets of pediatric hand surgery and upper extremity care, and fellows participate in a variety of educational opportunities, including:

  • Pediatric hand didactic conferences
  • Case presentation conferences
  • Pediatric outpatient specialty clinics
  • Outpatient private practice office experience
  • Abundant pediatric surgical procedures from all subspecialty areas of pediatric hand care

View our curriculum.

Candidates interested in participating in the Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship Program should contact:

Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH
Medical Director, Hand and Upper Extremity Program
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Akina Martin
Administrative Assistant to Dr. Peljovich