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Sports Medicine Fellowship

Community Health Network offers a one-year fellowship for family medicine graduates interested in pursuing a career as a sports medicine physician. Graduates gain the experience needed to meet the credentialing and clinical qualifications that many sports medicine programs require.


Dr. Jacklyn Kiefer, sports medicine fellowship directorThank you for your interest in the Community Health Network Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. Our fellowship is a 12-month ACGME accredited program running from July 1-June 30. We will be accepting our first fellow in July 2021 and are accepting applications beginning summer 2020.

Community Health Network Sports Medicine is a leader in the Indianapolis area – providing coverage for 30+ high schools, the University of Indianapolis, the Indy Fuel (ECHL hockey) and the Indy Eleven (professional soccer). We have an experienced team of primary care sports medicine physicians as well as supportive orthopedic, radiology, physical therapy, athletic training, nutrition, and sports psychology faculty that are eager to make this program a success.

We will be accepting applications from MD and DO applicants with primary specialty training in family medicine or physical medicine and rehabilitation for our one fellow position. Among our family medicine and PM&R core faculty we have a combined 30+ years experience in primary care sports medicine at all levels.

Indianapolis is an outstanding town for sports, a great place to live, and we strongly feel that Community Health Network is a fantastic place to train. If you want to learn more please explore our website or better yet – come for a visiting rotation!

I hope that you check out what our program has to offer and please reach out if you have any questions!


Jacklyn Kiefer, DO, CAQSM
Fellowship Director

Program Overview

Community Health Network Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship trains sports medicine physicians to provide exceptional care to the active patient population they serve including high school, university and professional athletes. The fellow will provide a full range of primary care sports medicine services including sports/musculoskeletal ultrasound (diagnostics and injections) as well as fracture care, concussion management, sideline medical coverage, and the treatment of a wide variety of musculoskeletal care while maintaining skills in their primary specialty and encouraging scholarly activity.

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Contact Us

For questions about the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, please contact Kaylee Burget at 317-355-1435 or e-mail Kaylee.

Community Health Network
Sports Medicine Fellowship
c/o Kaylee Burget
6626 East 75th St. Suite 400
Indianapolis, IN 46250