1. Be exposed to an array of academic, clinical, medical,
and surgical experiences during the rotation.
Become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of other medical disciplines
and their relationship with the Podiatric Surgical Service.
Participate in weekly residents and attending physician
academic exercises along with workshops will prepare you with the knowledge, attitude and skills for postgraduate education.
Be exposed to clinical experiences that consist of opportunities to rotate
through attending physician’s offices, participate in patient care at multiple hospital clinics, and assist residents
with in-house patient management.
Be exposed to hospital procedures, protocol, and perioperative management
of the surgical patient.
Become competent with podiatric surgical history and physicals.
Become familiar with forefoot, midfoot, rearfoot, ankle,
plastic, and reconstructive procedures.
Be exposed to opportunities to refine surgical skills and identify any
experiences that will refine your knowledge and skills to prepare you for the residency interview process and advancement
into post-graduate training.