The Mount Sinai Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program is comprised of seven residents per year in a five year program. Fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, the residency is designed to provide trainees with the knowledge and skills necessary to become outstanding orthopedic surgeons.
Its outstanding surgical training, regimented educational program, and ample research support make the program one of the top residencies in the country. Graduates are routinely placed at the most competitive subspecialty fellowship positions in the country.
With a patient mix of the city’s most affluent and most needy, the program offers residents many opportunities to gain medical and scientific expertise, as well as to hone skills in entrepreneurism, critical thinking, and social consciousness. In addition, the Orthopedic Surgery residents at Mount Sinai are intimately involved with all facets of orthopedic care including outpatient medicine, inpatient care, and surgery.
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