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Postdoctoral Programs: Orthopedic Surgery

Osteopathic Medicine in Downers Grove


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Training Sites
Benefits
Salary
Curriculum
How To Apply
Contact Information

Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine's Orthopedic Surgery Residency is an AOA approved five year training program designed to provide the resident with advanced and concentrated training in osteopathic orthopedic surgery through both didactic and clinical experiences. At the completion of the program the resident will have obtained the necessary training to qualifiy to sit for the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery certification examination.

Goals 

Training Sites

Program Director: Harun Durudogan, D.O.

AOA Approved Positions: 20

Benefits

Salary

2012-2013
OGME-1 $47,084
OGME-2 $48,717
OGME-3 $51,214
OGME-4 $53,051
OGME-5 $55,741

Curriculum

OGME-1: Internal Medicine (one month), ICU (one month), Emergency Medicine (one month), General Orthopedic Surgery (3 months), Sports Medicine or OM (one month), Non-Orthopedic Surgery (2 months) , Female Health (one month), Rheumatology or Radiology-musculoskeletal, MRI, CT, etc (two months)

OGME-2 through 5: Program Content

How To Apply

You may apply to the Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program through ERAS

Contact Information

Charmaine Pickens
Program Coordinator-Orthopedic Surgery Residency Training Program
20201 S. Crawford Ave.
Olympia Fields, IL 60461
Phone: 708-747-4000 ext 1043
Fax: 708-503-3241
E-mail: charmaine.pickens@franciscanalliance.org 


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