NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens is a leading center for Podiatric Surgery, Research and Education in New York City. We seek residents who desire comprehensive training involving all aspects of care for the foot. The podiatry department provides hospital-based training that gives extensive experience in hospital management of the podiatric patient as well as ambulatory training.
NYP/Queens has a team approach to the diabetic foot, employing the endocrinologist, internist, vascular surgeon, podiatric surgeon and plastic surgeon in the treatment of complex problems to allow for salvage of limbs that otherwise would need to be amputated.
In addition to diabetic foot care, our podiatrists provide surgical services by employing state-of-the-art arthroscopic, endoscopic and open techniques for the treatment of foot deformities and injuries, utilizing the latest in internal and external fixation. Our surgeons also have extensive training and experience in the treatment of complex pediatric and adult rearfoot and forefoot deformities as well as bunions, hammertoes, and arthritic conditions of the foot.
The Podiatric Residency is a four year program providing comprehensive training in clinical and surgical skills that allow its graduates to become leaders in their field. There are weekly teaching rounds, grand rounds and case presentations. Furthermore, a weekly continuing medical education lecture series, with nationally-recognized lecturers, attracts practitioners from around the city. We have several clinics for foot care, including those devoted to foot trauma, Diabetic foot care, reconstructive pediatric and adult foot surgery, clubfoot casting and routine foot care. Externships are available.