Methodist Hospital

Residents are assigned to the Methodist rotation for two months during their second, third, and fourth years. The resident's time is divided between the main Methodist Hospital and the Methodist Ambulatory Surgery Hospital (MASH). At the inpatient hospital, the residents will see a great variety of general orthopaedics including treatment of musculoskeletal trauma including osteoporotic fractures in the elderly as well as some low-level trauma. Most of the clinical and surgical experience will involve adult reconstruction, spine, and oncology cases. At the MASH, residents are exposed to outpatient hand, shoulder, knee ligament reconstruction, and shoulder and knee arthroscopy. The Methodist rotation provides an outstanding experience for the residents in general orthopaedics as well as spine and sports medicine in a private practice environment.  Residents on the Methodist rotation take night pager call every third/fourth night.

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