Our ability to conduct in-person audition rotations for the 2021-2022 academic year is still to be determined. We are accepting applications from prospective auditioning students for the 2021-2022 rotation cycle at this time. We are making every effort for these rotations to be conducted in person and if in-person audition rotations are not allowed, we will proceed with virtual audition rotations. If you are interested in auditioning with us, please submit an application as slots are limited. We will update this site as more information is available. 

Virtual audition rotations this past year consisted of daily morning didactic sessions, with an opportunity to interact with the residents and faculty, weekly OITE review, weekly fracture conference and bi-weekly journal clubs. Students will follow the resident's study curriculum and participate in group question review sessions. The auditioning student will also have an opportunity to present articles at journal club and do case-based presentations during the two-week audition period. Students should consult with their medical school administration as to whether or not a virtual rotation will count toward credit for graduation.

 

 

 

Orthopedic Surgery

2021  Audition Season

 

Thank you for your interest in our ACGME accredited and osteopathically recognized Orthopaedic Surgery residency program. For further information, please refer to the following links and audition information:

  • Program Information here
  • Eligibility Requirements here
  • Applications for virtual audition rotations will not be accepted before February 1
  • Auditions will be held from mid-July through mid-December.
  • Audition rotations are for two-weeks only
  • Audition Application here
  • Interviews are usually conducted the second Saturday of December.

Your application information will be reviewed by the program director and chief residents before a rotation will be scheduled. You will be notified by email if we can schedule the dates that you requested. Due to the large volume of applications that we receive, please provide alternate dates if possible.

You do not need to audition here to be considered for an interview. We will be accepting applications via the ERAS website and participate in the NRMP match. Interviews are usually conducted the second Saturday of December.

Many of our graduates continue on to fellowship programs.

Please note that auditions are only 2-weeks long. For schools requiring 4-week rotations; we are no longer able to supplement the two 2-week audition rotation with an additional 2-week subspecialty rotation.

Please check back frequently in the event of a cancellation.

 

Questions: Email Donna Barton at bartond@ccf.org

 

 

 

         
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