What is it like to be a Podiatry Resident?
Podiatry is an ever-growing field with a growing number of interests among college students, and applicants in the U.S. After completing 4-years of Podiatry Medical School, students go on to the next chapter of their life called “Residency”, which is a clinical and surgical training of the foot and ankle. “Residency” encompasses 3 (or 4) years of hands-on surgical training on elective, emergent, or trauma cases. We asked the same question to first, second, and third-year residents in an attempt to see the growth in wisdom and experience for each answer.
Title: THE RESIDENTS
Authors: Tiffany Cerda, William Bui Tran, Hector Santi, Elizabeth Ansert, and Roberto De Los Santos
A look at the lifestyle, course work, and work experience of current Podiatry Residents.
(Click on a name to learn more)
I: Dr. Nguyen, PGY I
III: Dr. Kamel, PGY III
VII: Dr. Grigoropoulos, PGY III
VIII: Dr. Patel, PGY I
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