Frequently Asked Questions
The fellowship is open to any board-certified surgeon passionate about helping patients on their transformation journeys while enjoying a career with abundant opportunity for financial reward and work-life balance.
Yes, we provide a $2,500-per-week stipend, along with housing and travel allowances.
Yes. Sono Bello provides participants with the opportunity to travel home, or have a visitor travel to them, three times during the fellowship.
Each of the 12 Sono Bello training centers focuses on working with one fellowship participant at a time, to ensure a focused training and to provide the opportunity for ample hands-on experience.
You will be in the surgical center from day 1.
The fellowship program is run by members of Sono Bello’s medical leadership team and includes members of Sono Bello’s clinical teams.
The fellowship is highly focused on the procedures we offer our patients at the Sono Bello centers.
Extended training may be provided when necessary – additional opportunities for continuing education.
Yes. In exchange for the fellowship, surgeons are required to enter into an employment contract to work for Sono Bello for two years. Alternatively, the surgeon can opt to pay a fee to cover the costs of training.
Sono Bello will work with fellowship graduates to find center locations most convenient and with a need.
Starting in the Earning potential of $500,000 range for the first year.
Full time schedule of 4 days a week.
- First, the fellowship allows surgeons to develop skills in an industry that is seeing explosive growth.
- Second, Sono Bello offers its surgeons a highly collaborative, collegial environment.
Any board-certified surgeon can apply to the fellowship.
Sono Bello surgeons have collectively performed nearly 300,000 customized procedures, delivering sculpted and natural looking results. Sono Bello has tripled in size in the past five years, now with over 70 locations across more than 30 states and a team of over 185 highly skilled and experienced board-certified surgeons.
Benefits of this position include a lifestyle balance between work and personal life, competitive compensation, health insurance, malpractice insurance and the ability to become a true expert in this field.
Most training courses allow for very little hands-on experience. This fellowship is intense and very hands on, but with the opportunity to work directly with patients throughout the process.