Laura Liles, M.D.
Dr. Liles will relocate to Miami, Florida to complete her Hand and Microvascular Surgery Fellowship at Jackson Memorial Health/University of Miami. Her husband Mr. Freeman Tharp will remain in Charleston during this year to continue his career as Director of Business Intelligence at Life Cycle Engineering. Post-fellowship Dr. Liles will practice in the Southeast.
Harris Slone, M.D.
Dr. Slone, his wife Nancy, and their dog Moe will be moving to Atlanta, GA after his completion of residency. There he will be starting a fellowship in sports medicine at Emory University, where he will be one of the assistant team doctors for the Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Tech. After completion of fellowship he hopes to begin his orthopaedic practice in the Southeast.
Zeke Walton, M.D.
Dr. Walton will be leaving Medical University of South Carolina for a fellowship at Emory University of Medicine in Musculoskeletal Oncology and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship. His wife Dr. Marcie Dorlon will remain in Charleston to complete her General Surgery residency. They both aspire to make Charleston their permanent home and location of their practice.
Eric Angermeier, M.D.
Dr. Angermeier and his wife have a five-year-old son named Andrew, and a nine month-old daughter named Katie. The Angermeier family will relocate to Durham, NC while Dr. Angermeier completes his Hand, Upper Extremity and Microvascular Surgery Fellowship at Duke University Medical Center.
Greg Colbath, M.D.
Dr. Gregory Colbath will pursue a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas. His wife Molly, daughters Annie (7), Caroline (5), Helen (3), Jane (1) and dog “Ellie” will accompany him.
Kyle Kokko, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Kokko will be starting the Emanuel Kaplan Hand Surgery Fellowship at the Hospital for Joint Diseases at the New York University Medical Center on August 1st of 2012.
Yuehuei An, M.D.
Dr. An and his wife Dr. Qian K. Kang will remain in Charleston. Dr. An plans to practice hand surgery and continues his research with Clemson University. Their daughter Zilan X. Lin has been accepted to the Medical University of South Carolina and will start this fall.
Bennett Grimm, M.D.
Dr. Grimm and his wife Dr. Kristy Grimm will remain in Charleston. Dr. Grimm will be joining the Southeastern Spine Institute practice. Bennett and Kristy welcomed their first child, daughter Georgia Elise Grimm, February 2011.
Tyler Wind, M.D.
Dr. Wind will be leaving Medical University of South Carolina for an Orthopaedic Fellowship. Tyler and Ashley welcomed the first child, son Tyler Conway Wind, December, 2011.
Harvinder Bhatti, M.D.
Dr. Bhatti and his wife Kulwant will be leaving the Medical University of South Carolina to attend a Spine Fellowship at the London Spine Clinic in London, England. Upon returning to the United States, he plans to practice spine surgery in Georgia.
Marshall Martin, M.D.
Dr. Martin and his wife Jessie will be leaving Medical University of South Carolina to join a hospital-based orthopaedic practice in Albemarle, North Carolina. They will be relocating to their recently acquired farm, Idlewyld, where Jessie's equestrian business will be based.
Monica Zikoski, M.D.
Dr. Zilkoski will be leaving Medical University of South Carolina for a Foot and Ankle fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle. After the completion of her fellowship, Dr. Zilkoski plans to remain on the west coast to practice foot and ankle orthopaedics.