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Podiatric Medicine & Surgery Residency Curriculum

The following is an outline of the curriculum of NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s three-year Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency based at NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn.

First-Year Rotations

Your first-year rotations include the following:

  • dermatology
  • emergency medicine
  • general surgery
  • internal medicine
  • neurology
  • orthopedics
  • physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • podiatric medicine
  • podiatric outpatient clinic
  • podiatric surgery
  • radiology
  • wound care

Second-Year Rotations

The following comprises the second-year rotation:

  • anesthesiology
  • pathology
  • infectious diseases
  • plastic surgery
  • podiatric medicine
  • podiatric private office practice
  • podiatric surgery
  • podiatric trauma

Third-Year Rotations

Third-year rotations are as follows:

  • behavioral sciences
  • orthopedics
  • orthopedic trauma
  • plastic surgery
  • podiatric surgery
  • podiatric trauma
  • rheumatology

Academic Curriculum

Our residency training program includes a formal didactic curriculum, including residents’ participation in journal club, chapter reviews, case review, a foot and ankle conference (joint conference with foot and ankle orthopedists) a diabetic foot and ankle conference (joint conference with plastic surgery specialists), and an orthopedic trauma conference.

Residents also participate in quarterly meetings with didactic cadaver labs and monthly dissection workshops.