The Orthopaedics Physician Assistant Residency provides a comprehensive and collaborative learning experience for its residents while also providing excellent, whole person care to its patients. As a resident in our program, you’ll enjoy a highly supportive learning environment where your academic and professional growth are a top priority.
Our program provides a challenging, comprehensive educational and clinical experience for PAs. As a resident, you’ll receive specialty training to prepare you for a rewarding career in orthopaedic surgery.
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To apply to our program, follow the instructions on the application form.
Personal statement: Your statement should be about you as a person, including goals, passions, dreams, attributes, prior accomplishments, and career interests. It should also speak to your interest in our program, what you will bring to the program, and what you hope to get out of it.
CURRICULUM VITAE OR RESUME
Three letters of recommendation from the following sources:
NCCPA verification: Verification must be sent directly from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants to the program.
To get in touch with us, please contact the Department of Orthopaedics:
Sandra Meissner, Residency Coordinator
Phone: 909-558-4000 ext. 62705
Aug 12, 2023
Loma Linda, California