The Department of Orthopaedics is committed to producing and fostering clinicians and trainees who serve, learn, and give. This is exemplified in the work they do globally to establish relationships, provide training for physicians and staff in underserved countries, develop research and practice models in the field, and help those who need it most.
Global programs are constantly evolving and expanding as faculty and staff are seeking new ways to serve and locations in need. Today, the Department of Orthopaedics is involved in varying capacities in Honduras, India, San Salvador, Norway, Nepal, Jamaica, Kuwait, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania.
We invite you to explore the tabs to the left to see how our department is making a difference.