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Curriculum

Curriculum and composition of training

 
The curriculum has been developed and evolved over 39 years of podiatric residency training, and is also based on recommendations and requirements of the Council on Podiatric Medical Education.
 
Major clinical rotatations are based at Yale-New Haven Hospital, VAMC-West Haven and The Hospital of Central Connecticut.   In addition, residents obtain surgical training at   Midstate Medical Center, St Mary's Hospital, Danbury Hospital and multiple surgery centers while on assignment to the core hospitals.
 
During PGY1 residents obtain an introduction to Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Yale and VACT, and also complete the majority of ancillary medical and surgical training requirements at Yale, The Hospital of Central CT and VACT.
 
During PGY2, residents spend 40 weeks at Yale campuses and 10 weeks at VACT. Coverage at the Hospital of Central CT is provided as needed.

During PGY3,  residents spend 30 weeks at Yale campuses and 10 weeks each at The Hospital of Central CT and VACT.


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PGY-1 Year
 
Podiatric Surgery
Podiatric Medicine
General and Vascular Surgery
Plastic Surgery
Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease
Anesthesiology
Emergency Medicine
Dermatology
Medical Imaging-general
Medical Imaging- MRI/CT
Psychiatry
Pathology
Wound Care

PGY-2 Year
 
Podiatric Surgery
Podiatric Medicine
Neurology
Plastic Surgery
Orthopedics
Rheumatology
Wound Care

PGY-3 Year
 
Podiatric Surgery
Podiatric Medicine
Orthopedics
Wound Care
 

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