Director: Joseph Rosenblatt, DO
Associate Director: Christopher Kester, DO
The mission of the PCOM Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program with Osteopathic Recognition
is to provide all residents with the medical knowledge, surgical skills and ethical
values, enriched with osteopathic principles and practice, in order to achieve proficiency
and competency to practice as a general orthopedic surgeon upon graduation and to
prepare residents to compete effectively for fellowships, if desired.
The vision of the program is to create a diverse and inclusive residency program,
foster an environment of lifelong learning espousing osteopathic principles and practice,
and to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of the healthcare environment.
For more details, please contact:
Residency Program Coordinator
All applicants must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service for Applicants (ERAS).
Designated Osteopathic Residents
All PCOM residents/fellows will be Designated Osteopathic Residents. All must have
sufficient background and/or instruction in osteopathic philosophy and techniques
in manipulative medicine to prepare them to engage in the program's curriculum.
The Eligibility Requirements must be met before an applicant is eligible to receive an invitation to interview.
Notice to Applicants
All applicants for PCOM residency and fellowship programs must be legally authorized
to work in the United States.