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The Division of Orthotics and Prosthetics 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. The Orthotic and Prosthetic residency program is a cooperative effort between the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the School of Health Related Professions.There are four phases of the residency: Clinical Observation & Technical Assistance Phase; Clinical Assistance Phase; Direct Supervision Phase; and Indirect Supervision Phase.
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. The resident is a full-time UMMC employee and receives a salary and benefits package. The resident is responsible for all NCOPE resident registration fees. The resident's experiences will include:
Applications for the residency are accepted from Jan. 1 through April 1 prior to the residency beginning in July.
Application materials should include the following:
Application materials can be mailed and/or e-mailed to the following:
For more information about UMMC's Division of Orthopedics, Orthotics and Prosthetics, click here
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Jackson, MS 39216
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