The UPMC Podiatry Residency Program, affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, is a three-year program offering residents access to some of the country's top medical institutions.
Residents spend three years in a comprehensive training program with the goal of producing a well-rounded physician and surgeon. Residents rotate through all aspects of medicine and receive the most up-to-date surgical training. Upon completion of the Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency (PMSR) program, residents will have a broad base of medical knowledge and be comfortable and competent in the medical and surgical treatment of all foot and ankle disorders.
Residents will train at:
Residents must obtain ACLS and CPR certifications, as well as state licensure. Residents also must complete a research proposal and participate in Grand Rounds and Journal Club.
Residents receive stipends and a comprehensive benefits package.
The UPMC Podiatry Residency Program accepts third- and fourth-year podiatry students for a one-month clerkship. Interested students must submit the American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine (AACPM) Uniform Podiatric Clerkship Application along with the following information:
The UPMC Podiatry Residency Program is only able to admit US Citizens into its program. The UPMC Podiatry Residency Program is affiliated with the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, which requires that all trainees be US Citizens, as permitted by 8 USC 1324b(a)(2)(C).