July 2022 Update for applicants:
Please see additional information about the 2022-2023 orthopaedic surgery Match cycle in this Medium post by Dr. Kenneth Gundle.
OHSU Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program aims
The OHSU Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program is dedicated to maintaining a standard of excellence as we grow and change. We are responsive to feedback from our residents and faculty regarding strategies for optimizing resident education. With this feedback in mind, we have constructed the aims listed below as the core values of our training program.
- Continue to train residents in a daily one-to-one faculty-to-resident relationship, which fosters additional benefits such as trust between teacher and learner and early operative experience. Our education model is based on daily mentorship.
- Provide comprehensive clinical care as a healthcare team to the Oregon region. Train residents to lead such teams.
- Residents should have graduated responsibility as they demonstrate competence at each level.
- The education program is dedicated to the education of residents rather than fellows.
- Provide an advanced educational experience locally in all orthopaedic subspecialities.
- Train the next generation of surgeons for the Pacific Northwest, including urban, rural, and academic positions. In doing so we will work to create a more diverse orthopaedic workforce.
- Train residents in the methods of research and have each resident produce at least one contribution to the field of orthopaedics.
OHSU provides equal opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. It does not discriminate on any status protected by law. This policy applies to all employment, education, volunteer, and patient care related activities or in any other aspect of OHSU’s operation. Retaliation for reporting discrimination is prohibited. To make an inquiry or report an incident of discrimination, contact OHSU’s Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity (AAEO) Department at 503-494-5148, email@example.com.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) protects individuals from discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex or gender in any educational program or activity operated by recipients of federal aid. OHSU, as a recipient of federal funds, complies with Title IX and 34 CFR Part 106 by prohibiting sex and gender discrimination and harassment, which includes sexual misconduct and sexual violence, in education programs, activities, employment, and admissions. Inquiries about Title IX compliance or sex/gender discrimination and harassment may be directed to the OHSU Title IX Coordinator: Laura Stadum.
Contact Laura Stadum, JD at 503-494-0258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inquiries may also be directed to the U.S. Department of Education, Western Region Office for Civil Rights at 206-607-1600, email@example.com.
This video, now from a few years back, continues to be a great description of our program and our values. Check it out!
Learn about the people who make up our Residency Program Leadership.
Diversity, equity and inclusion
We are committed to recruiting, hiring, retaining and advancing a workforce and learning community that brings our field forward.