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The three year Podiatric Residency was granted full approval by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) of the American Podiatric Medical Association in 2004. Residents are selected on the basis of their previous achievements in Podiatry College, letters of recommendation, college evaluations, test scores, GPA and a personal interview held annually during the CRIP weekend.

 

The program participates in CASPR/CRIP. All applications must be summited through the Central Application Service for Podiatric Residencies (CASPR).

Residency Application

Benefits and Compensation

Compensation

  • Salary:

    • PGY-1: $58,697 

    • PGY-2: $60,473

    • PGY-3: $62,374

  • Reimbursement of state licensing fees

  • $1000 education fund to cover board review subscriptions, books, educational webinars, etc.

  • $1800 meal card

For full information on our salary and benefits, please see our Detailed Benefits Document.

Any further questions can be directed to the program coordinator.

Benefits an Compensation
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