When choosing an orthopaedic surgery residency program, it’s important to consider what your life as a resident might be like:
Will I be able to live a comfortable, healthy lifestyle? Can I see myself being happy here?
Those are questions that only you can answer, but we’re here to help you. Your health and happiness are crucial in your residency program and beyond.
Resident workload is distributed evenly, providing plenty of clinical experience while still allowing for a satisfying personal life. The call schedule and duty hours are designed to ensure that residents are not over-worked or getting inadequate rest.
We strictly adhere to Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education resident work rules.
Each resident may take three one-week vacations each year. For information about pay and additional benefits, please contact the Office of Graduate Medical Education.
With a reasonable cost of living and a number of entertainment options, Augusta, Georgia is a great place to live and work. Augusta offers:
As you begin a career that is focused on caring for others, it’s critical that you take care of yourself first. We are committed not only to your professional development but also to your health and well-being.
To support you in living a healthy lifestyle during your residency and beyond, we offer access to facilities and services:
To speak with a representative from our orthopaedic residency program, please contact our program coordinator: