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Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency

Program Details

The Kent Hospital Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency, RRA (PMSR RRA) is a three-year program approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education, accredited by the Joint Commission. We are an integral part of a teaching hospital affiliated with the Brown Alpert Medical School and Care New England Health System. 

The PMSR RRA is designed to accommodate the individual learning needs of the physician who has completed a program of study at a Council of Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) approved college of medicine. The residency is designed in a rotational structure with rotations teaching through a hands-on approach. The Program is approved for six (6) residents – 2 PGY1; 2 PGY2; 2 PGY3.

Contact Information

Graduate Medical Education
Kent Hospital
455 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, RI 02886
P: (401) 737-7010, ext. 35640
E: rgaumitz@kentri.org

How to Apply

Apply to the Podiatry Clerkship

Apply to the Podiatry Residency (CASPR)

Why Choose out Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency RRA?

Three year Program

Our three year Program provides the residents a progression of responsibility for patient care and decision making as they progress through their training.

CPME Accredited

We are a CPME accredited residency program.  

Rotations

The Program is designed in a rotational structure. Rotations follow a 12-block format. All rotations are geared to teaching a hands-on approach.

Work-Life Balance

Our residents enjoy a work-like balance living in the beautiful State of Rhode Island and easily accessible to Massachusetts including Boston and Cape Cod. Enjoy water sports, beaches, hikes, fishing and outstanding restaurants.

Rotations

The residency is designed in a rotational structure. Rotations follow a 12-block format. All rotations are geared to teaching through a hands-on approach. The resident is responsible for patient care and decision making, which increases as they progress through their training. The surgical cases seen by the residents vary from simple hammertoe and bunion procedures to complex rearfoot reconstruction, ankle fractures and dislocations, and total ankle replacement surgery.

  • Anesthesia
  • Biomechanics/Sports Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Emergency
  • General Surgery
  • Infectious Disease
  • Internal Medicine (3 months)
  • Office:  the resident is fully integrated into Attendings' offices
  • Orthopedics
  • Pathology
  • Plastics
  • Radiology
  • Research
  • Service/Surgery
  • Social Services
  • Vascular
Didactics
Generally consists of:
  • Case Presentations
  • Quality Assessments
  • PRESENT e-learning education lecture series
  • Journal Club
  • McGlamry's Chapter
  • Wellness 

 

Facilities and Locations
  • Blackstone Valley Surgicare
  • Kent Hospital
  • Lifespan – Newport Hospital
  • Southern New England Surgery Center
Podiatry Residency Team
  • Program Director: Douglas J. Glod, DPM
  • Assistant Program Director: Tammy L. Van Dine, DPM
  • Clerkship Director: Jason P. Mallette, DPM
  • Program Coordinator: Sharon J. Amato

Meet the Team

Douglas J. Glod, DPM

Program Director
(401) 737-7010 ext.31580
ftcarpenter@gmail.com

Sharon Amato

Program Coordinator
(401) 737-7010 ext. 31580
samato@kentri.org

Podiatry PGY1

Joseph Creswell

Hometown: Military brat. (moved a lot)
Medical School: KSUCPM
Undergraduate School: BYU

Emily Lewson

Hometown: Ridgefield, CT
Medical School: New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Undergraduate School: University of Connecticut

Podiatry PGY2

Brian Wolff

Hometown: Saranac Lake, New York
Medical School: New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Undergraduate School: State University of New York at Geneseo

Lauren Wolff

Hometown: Tomball, TX
Medical School: New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Undergraduate School: University of Texas at Austin