1-Ladies-in-OR
“OSU has truly been an amazing place to train. I have learned how to be a skilled surgeon and caring physician. However, even more important, I have gained lift-long friends and colleagues (attendings, co-residents, APPs).”
Welder-Lin-in-OR
“OSU Ortho is very welcoming. There is a great mentoring culture and you really feel like the faculty are invested in your learning experience. Not only will you receive a great education from very skilled physicians, but you will have fun doing it. The residents at OSU are incredibly kind and make a point to become not only co-workers, but friends inside and outside of the hospital.”
Meschbach-in-OR
“I think the best thing about the program is the balance. We have several fellowship-trained faculty in every single subspecialty, so you have the resources/mentors”
Dog-Houses-2019
“You will be part of a big family. We enjoy the good times together and support each other during difficult times. You will be well-trained by outstanding faculty and senior residents. In fact, I am not pursuing a fellowship in part because I think I will be a well-rounded and skilled community general orthopedic surgeon straight out of residency.”

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