department of orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine
ORTHOPAEDICS – Course Code 646 (TUH)
The rotation in Orthopaedic Surgery at Temple University Hospital can serve as an Orthopaedic audition rotation and is also a part of the Surgical Subspecialties block for 4th-year medical students. Students will rotate through the different Orthopaedic services during their time (Sports Medicine, Trauma, Joint Reconstruction, and Hand Surgery). Attendance on daily morning rounds is expected followed by morning teaching conference. Following conference, students will either assist in surgical cases in the operating room or see patients in orthopaedic clinic. Emergency care of orthopaedic injuries will also be emphasized.
Grading for the rotation will be made based on clinical performance and a written examination to be administered at the end of the rotation from the required reading.
The Temple University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine welcomes visiting medical students to our program.
Rotations are flexible and are typically four weeks in duration. The Course Code is #646 and is based at the Temple University Hospital. Students wishing to apply for a rotation with us must complete and submit the Visiting Student Application.
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If further assistance is needed, please contact:
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine
Temple University School of Medicine
3401 N. Broad Street