Orthotics and Prosthetics Residency

Orthotics and Prosthetics Residency

The UMMC Division of Orthotics and Prosthetics, in cooperation with the School of Health Related Professions and the School of Medicine, offers two residency programs, one in orthotics and one in prosthetics. Each is 12 months in duration and typically begins in July and ends the following year.

There are four phases of the residency:

  • Clinical observation and technical assistance
  • Clinical assistance
  • Direct supervision
  • Indirect supervision

The program is accredited by the National Commission on Orthotic and Prosthetic Education (NCOPE). The program prepares the resident to take the American Board of Certification Examinations.

For more information about the program, kindly visithttps://www.umc.edu/shrp/Ortho...

Prerequisites:

  • Graduate from a CAAHEP accredited O&P university program
  • Orthotic and Prosthetic (O&P) residents must satisfy the orthotic-prosthetic educational qualifications as outlined in the National Commission of Orthotic and Prosthetic Education's (NCOPE) Standards of Accreditation for the Orthotic/Prosthetics Residency Program.
  • Transcripts must be submitted to NCOPE from the college or university which conferred your undergraduate or graduate degree. Transcripts may be sent directly to NCOPE from the school or enclosed in official sealed envelopes mailed with your registration form. All transcripts must be received within the first 60 days of starting a residency program. For each day after the initial 60 days, the resident's end date will be extended. Transcripts are not official if opened by the resident. Student copies of transcripts are not acceptable. If you are registering for a second residency, you do not have to submit a new transcript.

How To Apply:

Applications for the residency are accepted from August 25 to December 15 prior to the residency beginning in July. Initial offers will be made on February 1.

Application materials should include the following:

  • Letter of interest that includes the applicant's goals for residency
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of reference (those can be sent by the reference directly to our program or the letters can be included by applicants with their application materials)
  • Work experience and internships should be included, whether paid or volunteer work

Application materials can be mailed and/or emailed to the following:

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  • Published

    Oct 05, 2021

  • Main Location

    Jackson, Mississippi

  • Residency Positions

    2

  • Fellowship Positions

    0

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