The University of Maryland Department of Orthopaedics currently offers an accredited five-year residency program. The Orthopaedic Residency Program is a six-year educational program.
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Application to the Department of Orthopaedics residency program is processed through ERAS. We require a complete ERAS application to include three letters of recommendation. It is perfectly acceptable to include extra information with your ERAS application, as well as additional letters of recommendation as long as they can be included through the ERAS program. Please do not send additional information outside of your ERAS application. NO additional information outside of ERAS will be included with your application for review by our faculty. We accept foreign medical graduate applications through ERAS via ECFMG. The University of Maryland sponsors J1 Visas.
Our application deadline is October 1, 2014. We will issue interview invitations beginning November 1, 2014. Our interview days will be Friday, December 12, 2014 and Saturday, December 13, 2014. We will host a meet and greet in the evening on Friday, December 12, 2014 at a local restaurant.
For more information, call 410-328-8915 or e-mail email@example.com.
Our 6-year residency program is structured with an orthopaedic internship, four years of rotation based orthopaedics, and one year as a junior faculty.
The first year of the orthopaedic residency (PGY-1) at the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a diverse 12-month experience that has been developed in accordance with the regulations of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery to ensure a balanced year for the orthopaedic resident. The PGY-1 year is structured to ensure compliance with the ACGME duty hour rules.
The internship rotations include:
A performance consistent with the high standards of the Department of Orthopaedics is expected of every orthopaedic PGY-1 resident during the internship year. PGY-1 residents must satisfactorily complete the requirements of the internship year as a pre-requisite to advancement as a PGY-2 in the orthopaedic residency program. This includes passing the USMLE Step III Examination as well as taking the written in-training examination in surgery and orthopaedics.
PGY-2 through PGY-5 clinical and surgical experiences are obtained through the following rotations:
Rotations are performed at the following locations:
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Residents are involved in basic science education, formal journal club, chairman's conference and other didactic sessions. Residents must complete a research project that is of a caliber to be submitted to a peer reviewed journal.
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Previous Resident Publications/Presentations
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This page was last updated: July 16, 2014