Residency Training Areas

Please refer to the table below for an overview of the areas of training provided by each institution.

Hospital

Areas of Training

St. Paul University Hospital and UT Southwestern Outpatient Building/OSC

The Core of the University’s training program is centered at St. Paul University Hospital and its neighboring Outpatient Building. Inpatient surgery including total joint replacement, sports medicine, hand and foot and ankle surgery, as well as post-traumatic reconstruction, is performed at St. Paul University Hospital. Outpatient surgery performed at the UT Southwestern Outpatient Building/Outpatient Surgery Center by UT Southwestern faculty from the Foot and Ankle, Hand, and Sports Medicine Services.

Zale Lipshy University Hospital

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery performs spine surgery at Zale Lipshy University Hospital

Parkland Health & Hospital System

The UT Southwestern Department of Orthopaedic Surgery maintains robust services in each of the orthopaedic subspecialities at Parkland Health & Hospital System, except pediatrics.

These include:

  • Trauma and Post-Traumatic Reconstruction
  • Sports Medicine
  • Adult Reconstruction Surgery and Orthopaedic Spine Surgery
  • Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery
  • Foot and Ankle Surgery

Children’s Medical Center Dallas

Children’s Medical Center is a Level I Pediatric Trauma facility. It is here that residents and medical students gain exposure to a wide variety of pediatric orthopaedics.

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

TSRHC is a tertiary center for the care of pediatric patients with musculoskeletal disorders. Advanced reconstruction procedures of the upper and lower extremities are performed here by nationally and internationally recognized pediatric orthopaedic faculty in conjunction with their fellows, orthopaedic residents, and medical students.

Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Adult reconstruction and general elective orthopaedic surgery. Specialty clinics address amputee, foot, knee, hip, spine, and hand issues.