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Advanced, Comprehensive Training in Clinical Settings for Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
The Christ Hospital Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Program is a three-year residency based at The Christ Hospital. Residents receive academic training while participating fully in the evaluation, care and surgical management of patients.
The Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Program was created, approved and credentialed in 2010. The residency experience is under the guidance of Douglas Schuckmann, DPM, FACFAS, Program Director, Clinical Director and designated program preceptor. Residents are trained in comprehensive foot and ankle care with special emphasis in the development of advanced skills in reconstructive forefoot and rearfoot/ankle surgical, pre-operative and post-operative care. Our program prides itself on the pursuit of excellence and maintaining a traditional collegial working relationship with the residents, podiatrists and other attending surgeons. It is through hard work of the administration, residents and the attending staff of the Department of Podiatric Surgery that this residency program has been developed and maintained at the highest level.
Program Length: Three years
CPME accredited PMSR/RRA since 2010
Salary and benefits are coordinated through
The Christ Hospital Office of Graduate Medical Education.
For more information, please contact:
The Christ Hospital GME Office
Phone: (513) 585-2288
Fax: (513) 585-4892
The Christ Hospital
2123 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
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