Maj. Shawn Gee (USMA ’09) and Maj. Liang Zhou graduated from the John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at West Point during a Friday morning ceremony held at the Brian D. Allgood Ambulatory Clinic, in the Orthopaedic Dept. lobby.

The John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at West Point is the only Dept. of Defense Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship and is partnered with the Orthopaedic Residency Program at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Annually, two active duty Fellows are trained here at West Point in the full spectrum of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine in preparation for future service to the entire DOD community.

Additionally, the fellows serve as team physicians for Army West Point athletics, which includes 28 NCAA Division 1 athletic teams.

The relationship with the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), the top hospital in the country for orthopaedic surgery, has allowed our clinical fellows to conduct rotations on the Sports Medicine Service at HSS. This relationship is now formalized as HSS is our sponsoring institution for the American Council of Graduate Medical Education. The Fellowship is he only military graduate medical education program whose sponsoring institution is a civilian institution.

MAJs Gee, Zhou graduate from Sports Medicine Fellowship
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Shawn Gee (2nd from left) and Maj. Liang Zhou (3rd from left) display their Army Commendation medals with the Keller Command team: Col. Amy L. Jackson (left), Commander, Keller Army Community Hospital, and Command Sgt. Maj. Jeremy J. Brockway, Command Sergeant Major, Keller Army Community Hospital. (Photo Credit: Army Photo by Robert K. Lanier, Public Affairs Officer, Keller Army Community Hospital.) VIEW ORIGINAL
MAJs Gee, Zhou graduate from Sports Medicine Fellowship
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Amy L. Jackson (left), Commander, Keller Army Community Hospital, presents Maj. Shawn Gee with his diploma from the Army Graduate Medical Education Department, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

Pictured with them is Col. Matt Posner, Director, John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.
(Photo Credit: Army Photo by Robert K. Lanier, Public Affairs Officer, Keller Army Community Hospital.)
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MAJs Gee, Zhou graduate from Sports Medicine Fellowship
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Amy L. Jackson (left), Commander, Keller Army Community Hospital, presents Maj. Liang Zhou with his diploma from the Army Graduate Medical Education Department, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

Pictured with them is Col. Matt Posner, Director, John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.
(Photo Credit: Army Photo by Robert K. Lanier, Public Affairs Officer, Keller Army Community Hospital.)
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MAJs Gee, Zhou graduate from Sports Medicine Fellowship
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Shawn Gee places his picture on the wall with other graduates of the John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at West Point. He is graduate #43 from the Fellowship that started in 1988. (Photo Credit: Army Photo by Robert K. Lanier, Public Affairs Officer, Keller Army Community Hospital.) VIEW ORIGINAL
MAJs Gee, Zhou graduate from Sports Medicine Fellowship
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Liang Zhou places his picture on the wall with other graduates of the John A. Feagin, Jr. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at West Point. He is graduate #44 from the Fellowship that started in 1988. (Photo Credit: Army Photo by Robert K. Lanier, Public Affairs Officer, Keller Army Community Hospital.) VIEW ORIGINAL

Maj. Gee will be assigned to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Northern Virginia; Maj. Zhou will be assigned to Tripler Army Medical Center, in Honolulu, as a Staff Surgeon.

In addition to graduating from the fellowship program, both Soldiers received the Army Commendation Medal for outstanding service. Their knowledge, initiative, and persistence were instrumental in furthering the research and clinical educational efforts of the fellowship program. Their efforts enhanced research for the Soldier and reflect great credit upon them, the Army Medical Department and the U.S. Army.