PROGRAM PROFILE

Queen's University - Orthopedic Surgery - Kingston

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Director

Dr. Davide Bardana

CONTACT

Interim Program Coordinator

Nicole de Smidt

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Interprovincial and international electives can be taken. There are no restrictions on elective locations, however please note that electives are not subsidized.

  • The ratio of residents to faculty is 15 residents to 13 faculty.

  • There are two arranged rural community rotations. One in Belleville during the Foundations of Discipline Training, and one in Peterborough during the Core of Discipline Training.

  • A concurrent Masters of Community Health or Biomedical engineering is possible with additional training.


GENERAL INFORMATION

Program application language: English


Queen's University Orthopedic residency training program underwent a regular Royal College accreditation site survey in March 2018, and received full approval by the Accreditation Committee.


We currently offer community orthopedic rotations at Belleville General Hospital and Peterborough Regional Health Centre, with the hopes of collaborating with several other community hospitals in the near future.


Check out our brochure.


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