Sanford Medical Center – Fargo
Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery, Transitional Year, Orthopedic Surgery, Family Medicine, Neurology, Heme-Onc
The Podiatric Medical & Surgical 36-Month Residency at Sanford Health is a resource-based, competency-driven, assessment-validated program that consists of three years of postgraduate training.
A meal allowance is provided as well as scrubs for OR rotations. Program sponsored conferences such as ACFAS. Yearly CME dollars for education.
The Podiatric Medical and Surgical 36-Month Residency at Sanford Health is a comprehensive, three-year program that leads to certification in forefoot, rearfoot, ankle, and reconstructive surgery. The first year of resident training is similar to an internship year, where the resident will complete most of his or her medicine based rotations. During the second and third years of training, the resident will receive mainly podiatric clinical and surgical training.
Sanford Health is the regions only Level 1 trauma center, which provides a high volume of exposure to various trauma cases throughout residency.
The goal of the Sanford Health Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency is to train podiatric residents, who, after three years of training at Sanford Medical Center, will have the skills and knowledge to treat a variety of podiatric conditions in the clinical setting