Hackensack University Medical Center, Holy Name Medical Center, Metropolitan Surgery Center, St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Mountainside Hospital, and East Orange VA Medical Center.
Internal Med., Pathology, Anesthesia, PM&R, Orthopedics, Family Med. Psychiatry, Dentistry, Neurology, Dermatology, Trauma, Plastic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, OMFS
Rotations in pain management and wound care clinic are also included in the curriculum. In addition third year residents rotate in private practices for pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine rotations.
Training in all aspects of foot and ankle pathology, including forefoot surgery, reconstructive surgery, limb salvage and trauma.
Access to Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Hackensack University Medical Center Libraries, retirement plans are available.
A clerkship at our institution or a visit to the institution prior to CRIP is strongly encouraged. Preference is given to those candidates who extern and/or visit the institution.
This is a PMSR/RRA program.
This is a diverse program with surgical and clinical numbers approximately 1 1/2 – 2 times the CPME requirements. There is a wide variety of foot and ankle pathology, including diabetic limb salvage, elective reconstruction and trauma. The residents are fully intergrated with allopathic residents. All post-operative University Hospital patients are followed in the podiatry clinic.
University Hospital is part of an Academic Health Science Center and the principle teaching hospital for the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Residents have access to the on campus library, skills labs, and lectures. Weekly academic sessions are held Wednesday mornings. Research opportunities are available.