We take great pride in the fact that over 60 years, more than 98% of graduates from the Mount Carmel Orthopedic Residency Training Program have passed Step I of the ABOS on the first attempt.
Our graduates are well-prepared to directly enter an orthopedic practice upon completion of their training. They have also been very successful in obtaining competitive fellowship positions. Below is a summary of our recent graduates' fellowships and practice locations.
|Adult Reconstruction||The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Tampa General/Florida Orthopedic Institute, Scripps Clinic/San Diego, CA.; Southern Joint Replacement Institute; Vanderbilt University|
|Hand & Upper Extremity||University of Pittsburgh, University of Florida, Syracuse University, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Vanderbilt University, Allegheny, Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pennsylvania|
|Pediatric Orthopedics||Orlando Regional Medical Center, Hospital for Sick Children, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA, Vanderbilt University, Washington University|
|Spine||Harvard, University of Utah|
|Sports Medicine/Joint/Knee & Shoulder Reconstruction||The Ohio State University; Hughston Clinic; Southern California Orthopedic Institute; Cleveland Clinic; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Hospital for Special Surgery, Doctor’s Hospital Miami, Fla., University of Health Sciences, San Antonio, TX.; Steadman-Hawkins, Greenville, SC.|
|Total Joint Reconstruction||Vanderbilt University; The Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Hospital for Joint Diseases, St. Louis University; Tampa General Hospital|
|Trauma||Tampa General Hospital; Stanford University, Stanford California; Grant Hospital, Columbus, Ohio|
|Cities In Ohio||Bellefontaine, Chillicothe, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Delaware, Granville, Middletown, Mount Vernon, Newark, Portsmouth, Salem, Sandusky, Youngstown, Zanesville|
|States Outside of Ohio||Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin|