The Scripps Mercy San Diego Podiatric Residency Program is designed to provide excellent training in foot and ankle disorders, including forefoot and rearfoot pathologies.
Residents are provided with opportunities to learn from top-notch medical and surgical specialists from multiple health care facilities in California.
Accredited by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education, the three-year program combines rigorous didactic training and hands-on clinical experience. It prepares podiatric residents to become excellent doctors, and experts in the medical and surgical management of all foot and ankle diseases, conditions, deformities and trauma.
Learn more about the Scripps Mercy Podiatric Residency Program and find out if it is a good match for you.
- Residency positions:
- 1st year: 4
- 2nd year: 4
- 3rd year: 4
- Physician faculty: 28
- Average hours on call: Approximately 50% of the time for 1st, 2nd and 3rd year residents.
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- Prepare for certification in reconstructive rearfoot/ankle surgery
- Work alongside Mercy orthopedic trauma surgeons at Scripps Mercy’s designated Level I Trauma Center
- Get medical and surgical podiatric training at multiple facilities in San Diego, Sacramento and Ontario, Calif.
- Busiest emergency department in San Diego
- Certified Stroke, STEMI receiving and Level 1 Trauma Center
- Listed on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Places to Work
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