Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Adam B. Hicks DPM
Nashville VA Medical Center
Vanderbilt has over 100 residency programs over 21 different academic departments, and 77 non-accredited specialty programs for highly specialized fellowships.
Annual schedule in 13 block rotations. Information on block schedule is located on our website.
Elective and reconstructive foot and ankle surgery; wound care and limb preservation.
Residents are allowed to select from a list of CME courses by their PGY year. Program provides Protective Lead, Loupes, Leaded Glasses, scrubs, white coats.
Meal money is possible if the resident takes overnight call. At this time, podiatry does not take overnight call and thus no meal money is provided.
A personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation, CV and photo as well as you must meet all requirements of GME office for house staff.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a Level 1 not-for-profit Joint Commission accredited 1131 bed hospital. Vanderbilt is the only Level-1 trauma center designated by the American College of Surgeons serving both adult and children in middle Tennessee. The residency curriculum is structured in two to four week block formats with 22 months on Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at both VUMC and the Nashville Veterans Administration Medical Center. Didactic training includes resident participation in cadaver labs, lectures, conferences, journal club and hands-on research.