Shoulder-Elbow-Hand (Red)

Each PGY 2 and PGY 5 spends two months on the Orthopaedic Red Service. The PGY 2 resident spends the majority of his/her time under the direction of our senior hand staff, Dr. Fred Corley. This busy service provides a broad general exposure to the management of hand pathology including congenital, degenerative, and traumatic injuries. The PGY 5 resident spends the majority of his/her time with the shoulder service under the direction of Dr. Charles Rockwood, Dr. Michael Wirth, and Dr. Anil Dutta. The majority of the clinical and surgical experience involves treatment of traumatic and degenerative shoulder pathology with an emphasis on shoulder reconstruction. This rotation provides a balanced exposure to both open and arthroscopic treatment of shoulder pathology. Residents have no night call responsibility while on the Orthopaedic Red Service.  During the PGY 4 year there is a two month rotation in Hand Surgery with Dr. David Green and Mark Bagg along with other members of the faculty.

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