The Vineland Foot and Ankle Residency is designed for residents to gain highly specialized knowledge in systemic disease and pathomechanical problems of the foot and ankle. Our comprehensive program follows the requirements established by the Council of Podiatric Medicine.
About the Vineland Foot and Ankle Residency
During the first year of our program, residents will gain a deep knowledge of and hands-on experience in topics including orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine, podiatric surgery, pathology, podiatric orthopedics, infectious diseases, wound care, plastic surgery, medicine, anesthesia and radiology. The final two years include advanced foot and ankle surgery, teaching, practice management and research.
Through Inspira’s partnership with the Rubin Institute and other surgical clinics, podiatric residents benefit from additional training in specialty locations. Residents are trained to understand hospital protocol, become proficient at analyzing laboratory tests and X-ray results, and learn to better evaluate the pre-operative patient.
As a high reliability organization (HRO), Inspira Health residency programs have a focus on patient safety.
Vineland Foot and Ankle Residency Curriculum
Inspira’s Foot and Ankle Residency includes a robust curriculum supported by dedicated faculty.
The curriculum includes rotations in:
- Podiatric Surgery
- Wound Care
- Internal Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- General Surgery
- Emergency Medicine
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Behavioral Health