Residencies & Fellowships

100 percent of our graduates matched with a residency of their choice in 2017.

Campbell Affiliated Residency programs

Patient-centered teaching that emphasizes practice-based learning, evidence-based medicine, the importance of professionalism, and effective interpersonal communication skills is used throughout our Programs; whether at the University or any affiliated or non-affiliated site. Among North Carolina, Campbell Medicine has the highest percentage of residents match into primary care.


Director: Andrew Martin, MBA, DO, FAWM, FAOASM

Positions: 2

The focus of Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine’s Sports Medicine Fellowship Program is redefining health and wellness for athletes, active professionals, the elderly, and youth.

Our fellows experience hands-on, sports medicine training in various settings with a variety of ages. Fellows will develop strong interpersonal and professional skills as they work alongside surgeons, specialty physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers.

The temperate climate and active population provides Sports Medicine fellows at Campbell Med with an ideal setting for outdoor sports. Campbell University participates in all major NCAA Division I sports and hosts several NCAA Division I tournaments allowing fellows to cover large events. 

Program highlights:

  • Over 400 Division I athletes
  • Work with local high school sports, the military and Iron Man Events
  • Learn and utilize Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and Regenerative Injection Therapy
  • Opportunities within our Healthy Lifestyle Management Program, Sports Medicine Club
  • Participate in research
  • Access to Athletic Performance Lab
  • Teaching opportunities within the medical school and the OMM Lab
  • Rotations in MSK Radiology, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Sports Nutrition and more
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Director: Charles J. Smutny III, DO, FAAO

Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine’s NMM Plus-One Residency is a one year program accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) for which residents may compete after completion of a primary AOA accredited residency or an osteopathically recognized residency program accredited through the ACGME.

The mission of Campbell’s NMM Plus-One program is: 

  1. To develop competent physicians who are capable of integrating osteopathic principles and manipulative treatment into the conventional medical care of their patients
  2. To develop the next generation of competent osteopathic medical educators. 

This mission is accomplished through training the resident in a variety of inpatient and outpatient consultative services.  Additionally, residents will receive formal faculty development and experience in educational delivery through classroom teaching responsibilities as a vital aspect of the resident’s training.

Residents successfully completing this program are eligible to take the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (AOBNMM) specialty board examinations.

Program requirements

  • Diploma and transcript from an accredited medical school
  • Letter of recommendation from program director
  • Two additional letters of recommendation from faculty
  • Board scores (1, 2, 3, & PE)
  • Personal Statement
  • Curricula vita (include osteopathically focused clinical experiences or additional training)
  • Temporary/permanent licenses


For more information, contact the Department of Graduate Medical Education.