Podiatric Medicine Surgical
Residency/ Reconstructive
Rearfoot/Ankle Program
Farmington Hills, Michigan
Botsford Hospital Highlights
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First Established in 1944
by Dr. Allen Zieger
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Accredited by the
American Osteopathic
Association and Council
on Podiatric Medical
Education
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330 Bed Acute Care
Medical Facility
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Botsford trains more than
160 residents in numerous
specialties annually
Botsford Hospital Highlights
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Botsford employs a
medical staff of more than
500 physicians in the areas
or primary care, surgery,
specialty, and preventative
care
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Botsford provides a wide
array of exceptional
technological services and
facilities for treating
patients both in the hospital
and through the clinic
systems
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Emphasizes high quality,
compassionate medical
care in a warm and
welcoming community
environment
Message from the Director
Thank you for your interest in our
Botsford Hospital Podiatric Medicine &
Surgery-36 Residency Program. Our
residency experience offers the
knowledge, skills, professional
attitudes, and judgment to accomplish
those competencies needed to be a
well-rounded podiatric physician in
medicine, orthopedics and foot/rearfoot/ankle reconstructive surgery.
The educational curriculum at Botsford
Hospital provides both core resourcedbase rotations, as-well as exceptional
rotations in advanced medical and
surgical specialties to enhance the
didactic and surgical cognitive skill
levels.
Marshall G. Solomon,
DPM, FACFAS, FACFAOM
About the Program
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Accepts 4 residents each year.
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Participant in CASPR/CRIP.
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First Year of the PM&S-36 program,
the podiatric resident will have
attained competence in all aspects of
podiatric medical knowledge, skills
and professional attitudes to
supplement a well rounded residency
in Clinical Podiatric Medicine.
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Upon completion of the last 2 years,
the podiatric resident will have
attained the knowledge, skills ,
professional attitude, and judgment
competencies in all aspects of
Podiatric Surgery of the forefoot,
midfoot, rearfoot and ankle.
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The educational curriculum provides
both core resourced-based rotations
and experiences to exceed the
minimal activity volume required by
CPME and APMA and to be able to
sit for qualification with the American
Board of Podiatric Surgery, American
Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and
Primary Podiatric Medicine.
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In addition there are exceptional
rotations in advanced medical and
surgical specialties to enhance the
didactic and surgical cognitive skill
levels.
Jeffrey Yung, DPM,
FACFAS, Assistant
Residency Director
Marshall Solomon, DPM,
FACFAS, FACFAOM, Residency
Director, Department Chairman
Charles Young, DPM,
FACFAS
Susan King, DPM,
FACFAS
Jeffrey Danto, DPM
FACFAS
Podiatric Staff
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Bernstein, Randy, D.P.M.
Bloch, Alan, D.P.M.
Cramblett, Jeffrey, D.P.M.
Danto, Jeffrey, D.P.M.
Fallu, Christopher, D.P.M.
Friedman, David, D.P.M.
Galea, Peter, D.P.M.
Giordano, Anthony, D.P.M.
Gopoian, George, D.P.M.
Grodman, Scott, D.P.M.
Hoffman, Lee, D.P.M.
Jupin, Michelle, D.P.M.
Kaczander, Bruce, D.P.M.
Kalmus, Allan, D.P.M.
Kaplan, Danny, D.P.M.
Lefkowitz, Harvey, D.P.M.
Levitsky, David, D.P.M.
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Mehler, Allen, D.P.M.
Mozen, Neal, D.P.M.
Nelson, Marie, D.P.M.
Richard, Lawrence, D.P.M.
Rosenthal, Hilary, D.P.M.
Sehgal, Rajeev, D.P.M.
Singer, Lawrence, D.P.M.
Solomon, Marshall, D.P.M.
Steiner, Isidore, D.P.M.
Stevelinck, John, D.P.M.
Turkin, Thomas, D.P.M.
Ungar, David, D.P.M.
Wayne, Mitchell, D.P.M.
West, Brandon, D.P.M.
Young, Charles, D.P.M.
Yung, Jeffrey, D.P.M.
Ronald Lederman, MD
Mark Kwartowitz, DO
Tudor Tien, MD
Lakes Ambulatory Surgery Center
2300 Haggerty Rd., Suite 1000
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
Allegiance Hospital
205 N East Ave
Jackson, MI 49201
St. Joseph Mercy Brighton
7575 Grand River Road
Brighton, MI 48114
Children’s National Medical Center,
Washington, DC
San Juan Regional Medical Center,
Farmington, NM
Unique Strengths
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24-Hour computer lab
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Billing & coding education
and training
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Full access to podiatric
educational materials
including texts, journals,
videos, and digital imaging
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Fair call schedule
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Strong didactic interaction
Unique Strengths
 Diversity of forefoot,
rearfoot, and ankle surgery.
 Foot & Ankle Arthroscopy
Course
 AO/ASIF Podiatric Basic
and Advanced Course
 ACFAS Trauma Course
 ACFAS-ACFAOM National
meeting participation
 Biomechanics Emphasis
Unique Strengths
 Baja Project surgical treatment for
Crippled Children at the Mexicali
Red Cross Hospital, El Salvador.
 Pediatric surgical mission to
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Central
America, at the San Felipe
Hospital, to evaluate and treat
pediatric patients.
 Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
rotation at Children’s National
Medical Center in Washington,
D.C.
Training Curriculum
First Year
Rotations
Second Year
Rotations
Third Year
Rotations
Clinical Pathology-2weeks
Rheumatology-2weeks
Radiology-2weeks
MRI-2weeks
Pediatrics-2weeks
Podiatry Office-2weeks
General Surgery-1 month
Podiatric Surgery-4 months
Emergency Medicine-1month
Rehab. Med/Neuro-1month
Infectious Disease-1month
Internal Medicine-1 month
Behavioral Medicine
Podiatry Surgery-8.5 months
Anesthesia-2weeks
Podiatric Office-1month
Vascular Surgery-1month
Pediatric Orthopedics-1 month
Orthopedics- On-going rotation
in Reconstruction and Trauma
Botsford Wound Care Center
Podiatric Trauma Call
Botsford Podiatry Clinic
Podiatric Surgery-10 months
Podiatry Office-1 month
Plastic Surgery-2 weeks
Orthopedics-On-going rotation
in Reconstruction and Trauma
Baja Surgical Missions-El
Salvador and Honduras
Botsford Wound Care Center
Podiatric Trauma Call
Botsford Podiatry Clinic
Botsford Wound Care Center
Podiatric Trauma Call
Botsford Podiatry Clinic
Didactic Curriculum
 Jeopardy-Style Board Review
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Resident Lectures
 Evidence-Based Medicine
course
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Quarterly Pathology Conference
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Attending Lectures
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Cadaver Dissection labs
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Anatomy Lectures/dissection
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Michigan Consortium participation
and event core competency
lectures and demonstrations
 EBM Journal Club
 Research project
Opportunities
 Grand Rounds
 Present Courseware online
lectures
Current Salary and Benefits
PGY-1 = $43,211
PGY-2 = $44,733
PGY-3 = $46,255
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Malpractice insurance
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Two weeks vacation
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Conference days (in addition to
vacation days)
Professional Liability insurance
coverage
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AO Comprehensive basic and
Advanced courses tuition
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Free scrubs and lab coats
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Poster presentation funds
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Free parking
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Podiatry Residency Resources Log
System
CME stipend $2000 per year
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In-Training ABPS/ABPOPPM
examinations
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Medical, dental, and vision
insurance
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Prescription coverage
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Free daily meal allowance
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ACFAS Surgical course tuition
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Life insurance
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Present Courseware
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Short and long-term disability
insurance
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Baja Project/Honduras and El
Salvador Travel Expenses
Farmington Hills At-A-Glance
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Incorporated in 1973
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Over 80, 000 Residents
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Largest city in Oakland County
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19th Safest City in the US
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Home of Miss America 2008,
Kristen Haglund
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Over 600 acres of public parks
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80 languages spoken
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75 Fortune 500 Companies
Current 3rd Year Residents
Luke Madsen, DPM
Chief Resident
George Gopoian, DPM
Sophia Barnett, DPM
Brittany Stillman, DPM
Current 2rd Year Residents
Kim Dao, DPM
Ruth Devadas, DPM
David Keizer, DPM
Kelly Heppert, DPM
Current 1st Year Residents
Jeffrey Pentak, DPM
Matthew Zuska, DPM
Raquel Litherland, DPM
Dresden Beier, DPM
Contact Information
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Dr. Marshall Solomon
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21111 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 478-1150
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Medical Education
Attn: Shari Hunt
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Botsford Podiatry Clinic
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28050 Grand River Ave
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 471-8222
28080 Grand River Ave
Suite 306N
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248)473-1320
[email protected]
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www.botsford.org/medical_education/
Excellent Clerkship
CLERKSHIP DIRECTOR:
Jeffrey Y. Yung, DPM, FACFAS
28080 Grand River Avenue Suite 306N
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
(248) 473-1320
Clerkship contact: (248) 473-1320
Ask for one of the Podiatry Residents.
Application Requirements:
Universal Application, Photograph, Transcripts,
CV and board scores
Program Information:
All Colleges of Podiatric Medicine are
welcomed, housing and meals are provided.
Application Materials may be sent by mail, fax
or e-mail,
Fax #: (248) 473-3984
E-Mail: [email protected]
Visitation is available and convenient
arrangements can be made to accommodate
your schedule.
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Farmington Hills At-A-Glance