Our program curriculum is designed with the goal of developing fully competent orthopaedic surgeons.

Early participation in the operating room is facilitated, and graduated autonomy with common surgical cases is expected. Skills learned in the OR provide a strong technical foundation for future independent orthopaedic practice.

Lectures, conferences, and journal clubs are held weekly, with in-depth content from every orthopaedic subspecialty covered across a cyclic didactics schedule. The program provides additional AAOS-recommended and commercial resources for orthopaedic study.

At the completion of the program, residents should be well equipped to successfully complete the qualifying and certifying examinations of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) as they progress toward full board certification.