Banner Orthopedic Residency
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center was accredited to educate residents in Orthopedic Surgery in July 2007.
The program is five years in duration. Four categorical PGY-1 residents will be matched for July 2012 through the NRMP. All applications must be submitted through ERAS.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is the sponsoring institution where the core curriculum, the PGY-1 rotations, the General/Community Orthopedic Service and research are based.
Participating institutions for sub-specialty clinical rotations include:
- Phoenix Children's Hospital
- Mayo Clinic Hospital
- Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn
- St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
- Carl T Hayden VA Medical Center
Research sites include:
- Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
- The Center for Interventional Biomaterials, Harrington Department of Bioengineering,
School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
The pursuit of scholarly activities is an integral part of the program. Advanced training occurs in all orthopedic subspecialties, including
- Musculoskeletal Trauma
- Adult Reconstruction
- Pediatric Orthopedics
- Sports Orthopedics
- Hand and Upper Extremity
- Foot and Ankle
- Musculoskeletal Oncology
- Orthopedic Research.
The Orthopedic Residency is one of eight residency programs in the highly successful Graduate Medical Education Department of Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center. Educational excellence is a well established tradition. There are currently more than 240 residents in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Med-Peds, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedic Surgery, Psychiatry and Oral Maxillo-Facial Surgery. GME also includes nine excellent fellowship programs that enroll about 46 fellows.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center is a full-service quaternary care hospital located in downtown Phoenix with 659 inpatient beds and extensive outpatient activities.
Phoenix is a progressive, thriving, metropolitan area that has many housing, social, and recreational options.