University of Louisville Hospital
Timothy C. Ford DPM
University of Louisville Health: UL Hospital, UL Jewsih Hospital, UL Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, UL Medical Center East, UL Medical Center South, UL Shelbyville Hospital, UL Pease Hospital
University of Louisville —–all Medical and Surgical Residency Training Programs from the School of Medicine.
Ortho/Trauma, Pediatric Orthopedics, Orthopedic Foot/Ankle, Wound Care, Level One Trauma Center ER Call
Diversified forefoot and rearfoot/ankle surgery, Foot/ankle trauma, Ortho/Trauma Service, Wound Management, limb salvage
Allowance for: professional dues/associations, CME
License required thru Part lll National Board Examination (NBPME) and the Kentucky State Board interview.
This is a PMSR with added credential in Rearfoot/Ankle Reconstruction approved by CPME. Our Program is within the Department of Orthopaedics at the University of Louisville.. A vast array of clinical exposures is made available to the residents of the program to assure both diversity and volume of both medical and surgical experiences. The University of Louisville, a level 1 Trauma Center and Teaching Hospital, assures our resident have an abundance of opportunities with an emphasis on lower extremity foot and ankle trauma. Wound care opportunities are made available at our institution working closely with diabetic and traumatic wounds as part of the wound care team. Our CORE faculty includes 12 Podiatric and 20 allopathic physicians in multiple specialties. Externship is mandated to be considered for a residency position at our Program. Further information can be