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Affiliated Clinical Sites

Westchester Medical CenterWestchester Medical Center (Valhalla, NY)

  • 652 beds
  • American College of Surgeons designated level one trauma center in New York State
  • Has the highest case-mix index in the U.S., caring for the most severely ill or injured patients in the nation.
  • Serves a 5,000 square mile area that is home to 3.6 million people
  • Residents at Westchester Medical Center focus on complex musculoskeletal injuries due to high energy trauma, complex adult reconstructive pathology, complex hand and upper extremity procedures including microvascular replantation, as well as pediatric and adult spine reconstruction


Maria Fareri Children's Hospital

Maria Fareri Childrens Hospital (Valhalla, NY) 

  • American College of Surgeons designated Pediatric level one trauma center
  • 136 beds
  • 18 pediatric intensive care private rooms.
  • State of the art pediatric operating suites and pre- and post-recovery areas
  • An in-house Ronald McDonald house providing a living room, kitchen and five family suites
  • A unique lobby providing diversions for children and families, including the world's largest doll-house, a sports arcade, a performing arts stage and a walk-through aquarium
  • Residents participate in the care of pediatric patients throughout residency including a four month PGY-IV rotation. Common procedures include clubfoot reconstruction, pelvic and long bone osteotomy, spinal reconstruction, and complex fracture care.


Stamford HospitalStamford Hospital (Stamford, CT) 

  • Newly opened (Fall 2016) state-of-the-art teaching hospital located in Stamford, Connecticut.
  • 305 inpatient beds.
  • Provides broad exposure to inpatient and outpatient community-based orthopaedic surgery and community-based trauma.
  • Areas of focus include adult reconstruction, spine surgery, sports medicine, foot and ankle, and hand surgery. Residents are also exposed to emergent pathological conditions in a busy community based emergency department.
  • Residents work closely with fellowship-trained and general orthopaedic surgeons. Residents rotating at this site attend Monday academic conferences at The Westchester Medical Center, and participate in two additional Stamford based conferences on a weekly basis.


Montefiore New Rochelle HospitalMontefiore New Rochelle Hospital (New Rochelle, NY) 

  • Four month dedicated adult reconstruction preceptorship including inpatient and outpatient exposure. Educational activity takes place under the direction of Dr. Steven B. Zelicof, the highest volume joint replacement surgeon in the Hudson Valley.





Mount Sinai HospitalMount Sinai Hospital (New York, NY)

  • 1,171 beds
  • Founded in 1852
  • Internationally acclaimed for clinical care
  • Residents spend 4 months as members of the orthopaedic oncology service during their PGY-IV year.