Cedars-Sinai offers a two-year Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship for candidates who have completed an approved general surgery residency and who are board-eligible or board-certified. The fellowship, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, is an integrated, multidisciplinary program with a major emphasis on surgical oncology training and multidisciplinary care. The trainee will participate fully in the evaluation and management of complex surgical oncology patients, coordination of care with multidisciplinary specialists and performance of complex oncologic procedures. After completion of our program, the candidate will be well versed in providing multidisciplinary care and will be well prepared for an academic career or clinical practice. As a gift and tribute to her father, Jeanie Buss, president and part owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, has donated $1.5 million to establish the Dr. Jerry H. Buss Surgical Oncology Fellowship.
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