Review the training and rotation requirements for the residency program.
- Podiatric Surgery
- General Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Pain Management
- Vascular Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Bone and Joint Radiology
- Emergency Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Podiatric Medicine
- Podiatric surgery clinic – five outpatient clinical offices
Intern Year – A unique experience in a four year podiatric residency program. The intern year allows our residents to focus completely on medicine in order to learn how to treat the patient as a whole. During the intern year, residents rotate through all of the medical specialties listed above and manage the inpatient podiatric surgery service. In addition, residents will participate in minor forefoot and rearfoot surgical procedures. Residents also rotate through outpatient clinic for two months.
Residents rotate through General/Vascular surgery for three months and are expected to demonstrate proficiency in lesser toe forefoot surgery. Residents also participate in outpatient clinic.
Residents rotate though Plastic Surgery for three months are expected to demonstrate proficiency in first ray surgery. Residents also participate in outpatient clinic.
Residents are expected to demonstrate proficiency in all forefoot and rearfoot surgery including trauma and reconstructive surgery.