John R. (Randy) . Clements DPM
We have 14 residency and 12 fellowship programs. Residencies include EM, FM, IM, GSgy, Plastic Sgy, Peds, Derm, Inf Dis., OBGYN, Psychiatry, Dental, Pharmacy, Neurology and Neuro Sgy in addition to podiatry
Forefoot surgery, rearfoot surgery, limb salvage, trauma, wound care.
long term disability, group life, vision and dental insurance, 21 days vacation, parking. Meal stipend for night call. Labcoats provided. See sample contract on website for details.
CarilionClinic Graduate Medical Education,Podiatry
Personal statement req. ACLS, BLS required prior to start. A visit to program is encouraged for serious applicants. This is not a requirement for consideration for interview or rank.
The Carilion Clinic section of Orthopaedics and Division of Foot and Ankle Surgery will educate residents, who, upon completion of training should exhibit the knowledge to manage a wide variety of foot and ankle pathology. The residents will complete rotations in radiology, emergency medicine, orthopedic surgery, and podiatric medicine. All rotations are under the guidance of Carilion Clinic faculty and will include a large volume of clinical work in each specialty. During the first year, the resident will complete the majority of the non podiatric requirements. The second and third years will be heavily focused on forefoot surgery, complex reconstructive hindfoot surgery, and orthopedic surgery.