Orthopedic Surgery

The Eisenhower Orthopedic Surgery Residency Training Program offers four years of intensive study and practice. Entry is either at the internship level or at the PGY2 level after completion of one year's training in an ACGME-accredited orthopedic surgery internship. The curriculum provides for two residents at each level, with extensive exposure and practical experience in all phases of reconstructive surgery, spine surgery, sports medicine, hand surgery, pediatric orthopedics, orthopedic oncology, complex trauma, prosthetics, orthotics, and complete inpatient and outpatient care. Residents rotate for six months at the nationally renowned Scottish Rite Children's Hospital of Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia, where all aspects of pediatric orthopedics are covered. Trauma training is concentrated through rotations at the University of South Carolina and University Hospital, Augusta, Georgia.

In addition to these outside rotations, residents attend short courses in AO Basic Surgical Skills, Orthotics and Prosthetics, and Orthopedic Oncology.

Ample opportunity is given for research during each year of training. Three months of dedicated time is devoted to scholarly research activities. Basic science research is supported through a large Department of Clinical Investigation with capabilities for studying biomechanics, biomaterials, genetics, pharmacokinetics, and biostatistics. Opportunity for conducting clinical research protocols is available at any time during the course of training.

Rotation Schedule

Curriculum & Conferences

Faculty & Residents

  • Faculty & Residents

    Faculty within the Orthopaedic Surgery department have a wide array Fellowship sub-specialty training. Core faculty members of the residency program are here with the principal objective of resident education and advancement of the program.  As such, they are dedicated to committing the time and effort to provide the residents with the opportunities to learn and develop as they progress in their training.  All faculty members are involved regularly with scholarly activity including clinical research projects and QI/PI projects.

    The Orthopaedic Surgery residents in this program have matriculated from all over the country and bring with them a broad and diverse background and experience.  The residents develop close and supportive relationships which provide an atmosphere of collegiality.  The demands of residency are high, and the importance of resident wellness is a critical priority of the program and the EAMC GME Department.  A wellness working group has been established within the GME Committee to help provide resources for residents at EAMC.  In addition, the Orthopaedic Surgery program hosts several social events throughout the year:


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Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic, 2nd Floor
300 East Hospital Road
Fort Eisenhower, GA 30905
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