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  • Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine | University of Kentucky College of Medicine
    Medicine Clinical Research Bio Skills Lab Surgical Skills Lab The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Surgical Skills Laboratory uses the most modern and advanced technology for surgical skills techniques and education The laboratory is more Sports Medicine The UK Sports Medicine service has one of the nation s most comprehensive Sports Medicine Centers with decades of experience in treating sports specific injuries and disorders Our specialists have more UK HealthCare Announces Plans to Lease Renovate Former Dillard s Store UK HealthCare has announced plans to lease and renovate the former Dillard s location at Turfland Mall on Harrodsburg Road for consolidation and relocation of some of its primary care and specialty more UK HealthCare Physicians Named to Best Doctors in America Listing for 2014 More than 100 UK HealthCare physicians affiliated with University of Kentucky Albert B Chandler Hospital Kentucky Children s Hospital and UK HealthCare Good Samaritan Hospital appear on the Best more Front Upcoming Events There are currently no upcoming events to display College Department News More News Johnson Named President of Southern Orthopaedic Association Shriners announces new outpatient facility across Limestone UK Researchers Discover Surprising Differences in How Teen Orthopedics Weekly Names Johnson as One

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  • | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    Instructor 800 Rose Street Aaron Carpiaux MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine PGY4 Resident Kentucky Clinic Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery 740 S Limestone Suite K401 Lexington Ky 40536 0284 859 218 3044 Sherry M Carter Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Patient Relations Associate UKHC Orthopaedics Spine and Total Joint Services 125 East Maxwell Street Suite 201 Lexington Ky 40508 859 323 5533 Ryan Carter Cassidy MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Associate Professor Clinical Faculty Residency Program Director 125 East Maxwell Street Suite 201 Lexington KY 859 323 5533 James Kevin Caudill Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Clinical Administrator III UKHC Kentucky Clinic 740 S Limestone Suite K401 Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery Lexington Ky 40536 0284 859 323 5533 Kevin Jeremiah Cronin Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Interns Residents Rita Marie Day Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Staff Support Associate II UKHC Kentucky Clinic 740 S Limestone Suite K401 Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery Lexington Ky 40536 0284 859 323 5533 Rasesh Rohitbhai Desai Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Clinical Faculty Vikas Dhawan MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Associate Professor Special Faculty Hand Surgeon Kentucky Clinic 740 S Limestone 1st Floor 859 323 5533 Alison Dittmer MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine PGY1 Resident Kentucky Clinic Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery 740 S Limestone Suite K401 Lexington Ky 40536 0284 859 218 3044 Stephen Thomas Duncan MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Assistant Professor Clinical Faculty Assistant Residency Program Director Spine and Total Joint Services 125 East Maxwell St Suite 201 Lexington Ky Sports Medicine Clinic 601 Perimeter Drive Suite 200 Lexington Ky 859 323 5533 Daniel R Dziadosz MD Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Assistant Professor Clinical Faculty Kentucky Clinic 740 S Limestone 1st Floor 859 323 5533 Michael P Elliott DO Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Sports Medicine Fellow Kentucky Clinic Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery 740 S Limestone

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  • About Us | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    Therapy Trauma Sports Medicine Clinical Research Bio Skills Lab You are here Home About Us Welcome to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Department As Chairman for our department I have had the privilege of watching us grow from a Division of Surgery to our own department With the recruitment of top faculty we are now providing specialty care in the areas of Foot Ankle General Orthopaedics Joint Reconstruction Orthopaedic Oncology Pediatric Orthopaedics Spine Sports Medicine Trauma Hand and Upper Extremity This recruitment not only provides the citizens of Kentucky and area states with exceptional care but also enables us to provide the education necessary for graduating outstanding Orthopaedic Residents along with Sports Medicine and Trauma Fellows The Orthopaedic Department website features a wealth of information on our program its educational initiatives and our faculty practice If you are a potential resident or fellow I encourage you to explore it in more detail and to contact us Finally Lexington KY is a wonderful community that offers something for everyone It is one of the safest and most livable cities in the country and many residents own homes which are close to campus Child care is

    Original URL path: http://orthopaedics.med.uky.edu/ortho-about-us (2015-09-09)
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  • Education | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    form Search About Us Staff Directory Faculty Directory Education Residency Program Welcome Orthopaedic Residency Overview Application Process Housestaff Benefits Sports Medicine Fellowship Trauma Fellowship Educational Videos Specialties General Orthopaedics Foot and Ankle Hand Upper Extremity Joint Reconstruction Orthopaedic Oncology Pediatric Orthopaedics Spine Sports Medicine Sports Physical Therapy Trauma Sports Medicine Clinical Research Bio Skills Lab You are here Home Education Residency Program Welcome Sports Medicine Fellowship Trauma Fellowship Educational Videos

    Original URL path: http://orthopaedics.med.uky.edu/ortho-education (2015-09-09)
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  • Residency Program Welcome | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    Medical Center Orthopaedic service is helmed by Dr Scott Scutchfield Adult spine care is my specialty and pediatric spine care by the Shriner s Hospital team The entire spectrum of Orthopaedic surgery including pediatric orthopaedics sports medicine trauma Ilizarov techniques total joint replacement spine surgery shoulder elbow surgery microvascular surgery hand surgery foot ankle surgery and orthopaedic oncology is actively practiced by the faculty in the Department of Orthopaedics Priorities in the department are to maintain high quality education for students and residents encourage research and provide exemplary patient care Research activities are a focus of our program Including high level clinical research our department has been involved in a large range of basic science projects Residents are required to spend one rotation performing research supported by grants from the faculty Research activities currently include studies of fixation of tibial and pelvic fractures evaluation of drug therapy for osteomyelitis polymer substitution for growth plate injuries and cartilage regeneration Our research efforts are led by Dr Christian Lattermann who has established a basic science cartilage center in collaboration with the internationally known Gluck Equine Center There has been collaboration with the biomedical engineering group on campus exploring regeneration of a growth plate Our Pediatric Orthopaedic Division housed at the internationally known Shriner s Hospital for Children is one of the unique features of our department Led by Dr Henry Iwinski Dr Ryan Muchow Dr Scott Riley Dr Vishwas Talwalkar and Dr Janet Walker cover the broad scope of pediatric orthopaedics both at the Shriner s Hospital and the University of Kentucky Resident rotations are all within the city of Lexington KY and include rotations at Good Samaritan Hospital for spine oncology and total joints the Veterans Hospital for general orthopaedics University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center and Shriner s Hospital for

    Original URL path: http://orthopaedics.med.uky.edu/ortho-residency (2015-09-09)
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  • Orthopaedic Residency Overview | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    five follow a program entirely within Orthopaedic Surgery Years two and three have transitioned to ten week blocks while years four and five are serving four three month rotations each academic year Rotations for the PGY2 5 residents include Orthopaedic Trauma Hand Sports Medicine Research and a combined Recon service incorporating Oncology Spine and Foot Ankle Additionally the residents serve two rotations at the Lexington Shriner s Hospital for Children and two Reconstructive rotations at the Veterans Hospital which is physically connected to the University of Kentucky Medical Center In addition to these rotations serving within our own Sports Medicine service enhances the resident experience UK Sports Medicine is the primary sports medicine provider to several area athletic and professional teams Resident rotations are scheduled to improve the educational experience Residents currently serve minimal in house call in addition to night float during their PGY2 and PGY3 years and home call during PGY4 and PGY5 years Their on call scheduling is regularly every third night or less frequent with one day off in seven and do not work more than 24 hours Each resident also receives ten hours off free from all clinical duties Throughout their residency residents are required to devote time to basic science including anatomical laboratory dissection orthopaedic pathology biomechanics statistical analysis and study design The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery pays all resident expenses to attend approved educational meetings if the resident is scheduled to present a paper that was selected by presentation of an abstract Time off of clinical care responsibilities is made available Additionally the Department allots residents a yearly book stipend The residency program has regularly scheduled teaching conferences that take place on weekday mornings as well as Friday afternoons and is attended by all orthopaedic faculty and residents These conferences include the Fracture

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  • Application Process | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    Welcome Application Process NRMP CODES Position Five year Categorical Orthopaedic Surgery NRMP Code 1848160C0 REQUIREMENTS The University of Kentucky Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program participates in the Electronic Residency Application System ERAS and only accepts electronic applications through ERAS Contact your medical school or ECFMG to complete the application All ERAS materials should be available in your medical school Dean s office by July or August The ERAS application includes Electronic Application Personal Statement Medical School Transcript Wallet sized photo Three letters of recommendation Dean s Letter USMLE scores Foreign medical graduates will need to contact ECFMG Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates regarding ERAS applications ECFMG will transmit the application to the University of Kentucky All applications must be received by October 15 2015 Only complete applications will be considered Please include an e mail address with your application We will respond to questions or concerns by e mail Questions or comments can be sent by e mail to the following address Chris Tutsch uky edu INTERVIEW DATES Interview Dates for 2015 2016 will be January 15 and 16 2016 at UK VISITING UK The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery wants your stay in Lexington to be informative A welcome reception

    Original URL path: http://orthopaedics.med.uky.edu/ortho-application-process (2015-09-09)
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  • Housestaff Benefits | Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine
    Second Year Above 15 Days Eight holidays four holiday bonus days In accordance with University policy and or in compliance with board requirements Health Insurance UK credit for plan and coverage level chosen please see Benefits for health insurance rates Parking Permit E parking area Lab Coats Three per year KY Dental Medical Licensure Dental Original cost plus yearly renewal Medical Original cost for required license plus yearly renewal Disability

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