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Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program

H. Brent Bamberger, DO Program Director: H. Brent Bamberger, DO
1986 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
1986-87 Internship at Grandview Hospital
1987-91 Residency at Grandview Hospital
1991-92 Fellowship in "Hand & Microsurgery" Tampa, FL
Number of Positions: 15
ACGME Accreditation Status: Initial Accreditation
Mission:
The Kettering Health Network Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program's mission is to produce competent, compassionate, well-rounded, practice-ready Orthopedic Surgeons. We train our residents with an emphasis on providing high-quality care. In doing so, the program fosters the continuation of quality care of patients throughout the Kettering Health Network, Dayton, as well as the greater Miami Valley region. Orthopedic Associates of South West Ohio trained surgeons instruct the residents with the goal of achieving proficiency and excellence in surgical and therapeutic services, education, and research. Over the course of their training, each resident develops competency and efficiency in the operating room and the use of technical surgical equipment under the supervision of qualified surgeon faculty and staff. The program continues to strive to be a leader amongst Orthopedic Surgery residency programs in our region by continuously developing an up-to-date curriculum, providing outstanding academic mentorship, and fostering Quality Improvement strategies.

Filled: 3 PGY1, 3 PGY2, 3 PGY3, 3 PGY4, 3 PGY5

The Orthopedic Surgery residency is a 5-year, option 1 program. It includes training in adult, pediatric and general orthopedics, hand surgery, sports medicine, spine, amputations, total joint arthroplasty, trauma, and basic sciences. All residents and available faculty attend teaching conferences held daily. Additional academic sessions are held every Tuesday afternoon and a journal club meets monthly. All osteopathic orthopedic residents in the state of Ohio meet once a month for an education day.

We train physicians to be clinically competent Orthopedic surgeons, compassionate caregivers, and collaborative leaders in the health care system, and who will improve the professional discipline and their practice through life long learning and service to others.

The orthopedic surgery residents have their own bio skills lab and cadaver lab available in the Wetherell Skills lab at our Southview campus. Out rotations are offered at Kettering Hospital, Dayton Children's Medical Center, Grant Medical Center (OhioHealth), Orthopedic Associates of Southwest Ohio, Mercy Health-Anderson Health, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Center, and Mount Carmel New Albany. Out time for elective rotations are also available. Each resident has the opportunity for research and are given the opportunity to attend an educational conference.

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS Grandview Medical Center does not support Visas at this time. All applicants for the Grandview Residency programs must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Click here to apply for a Sub-Internship Rotation

All applications must be received through ERAS.

More info regarding the Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program is located at:
freida.ama-assn.org
opportunities.osteopathic.org

Click here for more information on our Hand Surgery Fellowship.

Toni Ennis
Medical Education Program Coordinator in Orthopedic Surgery
Phone: 937-723-4188