Overview

Overview

Thank you for your interest in Cleveland Clinic’s Podiatric Residency Training Program, a part of Cleveland Clinic's Orthopaedic Program, ranked among the top three nationally by U.S. News & World Report (the top rankings in Ohio). Our goal is to help you become all you want to be. We train our physicians to be skilled board-certified podiatrists, while preparing them to meet the challenges of podiatric medicine and surgery in the next decades.

Cleveland Clinic, in conjunction with Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, offers a fully accredited three-year residency training program. At Cleveland Clinic, you will receive broad clinical experience in all aspects of podiatry to prepare you for your choice of a community-based or academic career. You’ll have access to advanced foot and ankle surgical procedures and techniques, as well as a vast array of research opportunities to further prepare you for clinical care or an academic career.

Our diverse and extensive academic program allows residents to gain the most up-to-date information on all aspects of medical management pertaining to the practice of podiatry. In addition to our three-year program, we offer residents the choice of completing their first-year residency training at Cleveland Clinic and finishing their surgical training at one of our partner institutions.

See a list of our partner institutions

We welcome the opportunity to show you how well we can help you shape your education – and your future.

About Podiatric Medicine & Surgery Fellowship

About Podiatric Medicine & Surgery Fellowship

Application Requirements

Graduates of accredited colleges of podiatric medicine are eligible to apply for podiatric residency programs approved by CPME through CASPR. See the CASPR website for specific requirements.

Podiatric Training Programs

3 year PM&S 36 months

Externships

One- to two-month externships are available. Contact Allen Boike, DPM., at 216.444.2614 and/or your graduate placement office.

First Year Rotations

Clinical rotations involve a diverse, multispecialty faculty group.

  • Internal Medicine - hospital
  • Infectious Diseases Bone and Joint Service - hospital
  • Rheumatology – outpatient and hospital
  • Vascular Medicine, Lower Extremity Ulcer Center - outpatient
  • Endocrinology - outpatient
  • Emergency Medicine - outpatient
  • Radiology
  • Psychiatry - hospital
  • Anesthesiology
  • Podiatric Medicine and Surgery – outpatient and hospital

For more information call, write or email:

Sarah Dunn
Program Coordinator
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery/A40
Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44195
216.444.2614
dunns3@ccf.org

Didactic Activities

Didactic Activities

Didactic Activities

Weekly podiatric didactic activities are structured to foster learning and independent thinking. They include Grand Rounds, journal club, labs and case reviews. Extensive medical (non-podiatric) didactic activities are also performed daily while on outside rotations. Attendance at national meetings, courses and workshops is encouraged.

Faculty

Faculty

Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Faculty

Georganne Botek, DPM, FACFAS

Georganne Botek, DPM, FACFAS

Section Head for Podiatry

Medical Director for Diabetic Foot Care Program

Stella Chiunda, DPM, AACFAS

Stella Chiunda, DPM, AACFAS

Robert Dushin, DPM

Robert Dushin, DPM

Michael Maier, DPM

Michael Maier, DPM

Patrick McKee, DPM

Patrick McKee, DPM

Michael Schlonsky, DPM

Michael Schlonsky, DPM

Dina Stock, DPM

Dina Stock, DPM

Alumni Institutions

Alumni Institutions

After graduation, our alumni have acquired positions at the following locations:

  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Charleston Area Medical Center
  • Lake Health
  • Surgical Hospital of Oklahoma
  • Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital
  • North Okaloosa Medical Center
  • Samaritan Hospital
  • St. Francis Hospital
  • Belmont Pines Hospital