The University of Chicago, Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program draws applicants from prestigious medical schools around the country. Learn more about the process.
With five residents per class, the University of Chicago Orthopaedic Residency program is a 25 resident program. Our curriculum is organized through subspecialties and teams of residents rotate through each subspecialty service.
Meet the current residents in each program year at the University of Chicago Department of Orthopaedics. Also, get detailed information on the schedules and processes for the program.
Our mission is to inspire colleagues to create new knowledge, to communicate knowledge through medical education, and to provide superior and compassionate health care in a collegial atmosphere.
Our department has eight orthopaedic subspecialty services including: foot and ankle, shoulder, sports medicine, spine, pediatrics, hand and upper extremity, musculoskeletal oncology, and joint reconstruction.
Residents can locate important information, gain access to Medical Center documents and connect with their fellow physicians.