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  COVID-19 Update

COVID continues to create a challenging environment for training program and applicants with rules and regulations in constant flux.

In accordance with the recommendations of the American Orthopaedic Association, we aim to offer both in-person and virtual interview options for the 2021-22 application cycle if regulations permit at that time.

We also will participate in the CORD Universal Interview Day (UOD):

  • We will send out interview offers on a pre-determined date.
  • We will offer a limited number of interview spots.
  • Applicants will be able to accept interview offers 24 hours after interviews have been offered.
  • Each applicant will then have 48 hours to respond to the program without fear of the offer being rescinded.
  • If an applicant declines an interview or there is no response in the designated timeframe, the program will extend an invitation to another applicant.
  • There will be no set timeline for the second or any subsequent waves of interview offers and may be offered at our discretion.

The new AOA/CORD Orthopaedic Residency Information Network (ORIN) database includes information about our orthopaedic surgery residency program. This resource is a one-stop showcase of our program for medical students interested in applying and all others in the orthopaedic GME community.

Please also follow us on Instagram at @Beaumontorthoresidency for updates and information.

Orthopaedic rotation

Medical student elective rotation in Orthopaedics

To better familiarize medical students with the field of orthopaedic surgery, as well as resident life at the Beaumont Health-Royal Oak, medical students are invited to apply for a 4-week elective rotation. Students will be assigned an orthopaedic surgical subspecialty and work closely with an assigned faculty mentor and senior orthopaedic resident. Students will only rotate through the Beaumont Royal Oak Hospital campus and are not expected to travel to other clinical facilities. Through the rotation, medical students will be:

  • Provided with a rigorous, hands-on operative experience.
  • See patients in the Beaumont Orthopedic Institute – resident teaching clinic.
  • Attend daily morning didactics and conference.
  • Take (1) 12-hour Friday evening call and (1) 24-hour Saturday call.
  • Present a 10-minute lecture at the end of the rotation.

Visiting medical students may apply for the Beaumont Orthopaedic away rotation through the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service.

Orthopaedic Residency Application Process

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery offers eight first-year positions through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). All applications are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Completed applications are to include:

  • photograph
  • personal statement
  • medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE) or equivalent letters
  • medical School Transcript
  • 3-4 letters of recommendation
    • AOA Standardized Letter of Recommendation are encouraged and should be uploaded as a single document along with the letters of recommendation
  • United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 1 score/report

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME Accreditation)


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