Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship

Educational Opportunities for Future Pediatric Hand Surgeons

The goal of the Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship Program at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is to provide exceptional training to medical professionals in the identification, management and treatment of pediatric hand and upper extremity disorders in children, both operative and non-operative. We are committed to training future pediatric hand surgeons through our fellowship program at Scottish Rite hospital in Atlanta, Ga.


The six-month program is a non-ACGME accredited fellowship. It offers broad exposure to all facets of pediatric hand surgery. The fellow participates 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
Full Curriculum

How to Apply

Interested candidates should contact Allan Peljovich, M.D., M.P.H. by Nov. 1, 2016


Allan Peljovich, M.D., M.P.H. 
Medical Director, Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Program

Akina Martin
Adminstrative assistant to Dr. Peljovich


  • Pediatric Hand Fellowship Testimonial

    "[This] is an outstanding chance to interact with children and their families at many different points in time. That interaction helped me truly understand the operative indications as well as how to care for these children from birth to their teenage years, maximizing their functional outcome."