PROGRAM PROFILE

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Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Orthopedic Surgery - Thunder Bay

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. Kurt Droll

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Program Coordinator

Cyndy Smith

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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Early surgical skill training

  • Individualized educational goals focused on anatomy and surgical procedures; 24 hour in-hospital access to full body cadavers

  • Unparalleled preceptor support from knowledgeable surgeons committed to practicing in Northern Ontario

  • Early integration as a key member of a health care team, dedicated to professionalism, high quality patient care and excellent medical education

  • Exposure to the culture and social fabric of Francophone and Indigenouscommunities

  • Opportunity to participate in research under expert guidance

  • Opportunity for learning experiences in arange of Northern urban and rural clinical settings

  • Funding available for research, professional development and conferences

  • Provision of financial support for resident travel to and from core clinical placements away from the home base and all mandatory educational activities at non home base locations


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GENERAL INFORMATION

Applications will be accepted through the CaRMS R-1 Main Residency Match application process.


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