ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY RESIDENCY

PHILADELPHIA
COLLEGE OF
OSTEOPATHIC
MEDICINE

PCOM is one of the most competitive osteopathic orthopedic residencies in the country. Residents are able to work with nationally renowned surgeons and attend a multitude of educational opportunities throughout the year. At the conclusion of training, residents have typically logged well over 1,500 cases.


PGY 2-5 residents rotate at 5 hospitals in Philadelphia on 3 month blocks. There is exposure to all sub-specialties with opportunities to work alongside some of the best surgeons in the country, whom publish frequently in leading journals and speak at national conferences. 


The hospitals listed below are the current sites for rotations: 

HOSPITALS

Lankenau Medical Center - Main Line Health 

100 E. Lancaster Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096


2 PGY-5

1 PGY-3

1 PGY-2

1 Intern


Rotations: Level-1 orthopedic trauma, joints, hand, sports, general

Attendings: Rothman Orthopedics, Main Line Health Orthopedics, Premier Orthopedics 

Paoli Hospital - Main Line Health

255 W. Lancaster Avenue, Paoli, PA, 19301


1 PGY-5

1 PGY-4

1 PGY-2

1 Intern

Rotations: Trauma, shoulder & elbow, joints, sports, trauma, spine

Attendings: Premier Orthopedics, Rothman Orthopedics

Abington Hospital - Jefferson Health

1200 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001


1 PGY-5

1 PGY-4

1 PGY-3

1 PGY-2


Shared with 2 Temple orthopaedic residents

Rotations: general, trauma, joints, hand

Attendings: Rothman Orthopedics

Cooper University Hospital (Level 1 Trauma Center)

1 Cooper Plaza

Camden, NJ 08103


1 PGY-5

2 PGY-4

1 PGY-3


Shared with Cooper University residents and Rowan-SOM residents


Rotations: trauma, oncology

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children (Level 1 Trauma Center)

3601 A Street

Philadelphia, PA 19134


1 PGY-3

1 PGY-2

Shared with Einstein and/or Temple residents, +/- 1 fellow


Rotation: pediatrics