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Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program

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Dear Prospective Applicant,

Thank you for your interest in the Westchester Medical Center Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery currently has 15 residents, and offers three 5-year training positions. The Residency Program is fully accredited by the residency review committee, and offers a well-rounded clinical and academic experience in each of the orthopaedic subspecialties. The training program at Westchester Medical Center in association with New York Medical College is affiliated with hospitals in Manhattan, Stamford CT, and the Hudson River Valley. Residents in this program work with dedicated full-time faculty and voluntary faculty members. Residents benefit from rotations at Westchester Medical Center (a level one trauma center), Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital (a dedicated pediatric hospital on the main campus), Stamford Hospital (a level two community hospital), Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital (a busy joint arthroplasty center), and Mount Sinai Hospital (a tertiary care referral facility) located in New York City. Along with the extensive clinical experience offered, residents have dedicated time to participate in research coordinated by a full time basic scientist with a Ph.D. in tissue engineering. I invite you to look through our web site to learn more about the training program and I encourage you to ask questions and discuss the program with our current residents. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,
Daniel Zelazny, MD
Program Director

Didactic Schedule

The Westchester Medical Center Residency Program maintains a curriculum for teaching residents the basics of orthopaedics in all of the subspecialty areas. The content is directed by the residency Program Director, service chiefs, and chief residents. There are four hours of protected conference activity each Monday and daily lectures from 7:15 to 8:00 am, Tuesday through Friday. Attending staff oversee and coordinate conferences.

Teaching Conferences Include:

Monday Conferences: Monday mornings are protected times for educational activities. On a monthly alternating schedule, conferences include multidisciplinary trauma, combined orthopaedic/neurosurgery spine, and morbidity and mortality. Throughout the year residents participate in fracture conference, basic science lectures, anatomy lab, pathology conference, and OITE review. Additionally, invited professionals lecture on medico-legal issues, ethics and professionalism, medical devices, and product and implant demonstration.

Daily Subspecialty Conferences: Each subspecialty follows a yearly curriculum presented on a specific day of the week. Curriculum topics include trauma, spine, joints, foot and ankle, pediatrics, hand, and sports.

Grand Rounds: Each year several invited speakers are hosted by the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.

Courses and Conferences

Courses: Each year residents attend national courses and conferences with departmental support.

• PGY-I- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
• PGY-II - AO Basic Fracture Course
• PGY-III - Orthotic And Prosthetic Course (New York University, New York, NY), Arthroscopy Course (Academy Learning Center, Rosemont, IL)
• PGY-IV- Pathology Review Course (Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY), AAOS Annual Meeting
• PGY-V- Miller Review Course (Westminster, CO)

Rotation Sites

Stamford Hospital (Stamford, CT)

• Newly opened (Fall 2016) state-of-the-art teaching hospital located in Stamford, Connecticut.
• 305 inpatient beds.
• Provides broad exposure to inpatient and outpatient community-based orthopaedic surgery and community-based trauma.
• Areas of focus include adult reconstruction, spine surgery, sports medicine, foot and ankle, and hand surgery. Residents are also exposed to emergent pathological conditions in a busy community based emergency department.
• Residents work closely with fellowship-trained and general orthopaedic surgeons. Residents rotating at this site attend Monday academic conferences at The Westchester Medical Center, and participate in two additional Stamford based conferences on a weekly basis.

Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital (New Rochelle, NY)


• Four month dedicated adult reconstruction preceptorship including inpatient and outpatient exposure. Educational activity takes place under the direction of Dr. Steven B. Zelicof, the highest volume joint replacement surgeon in the Hudson Valley.

Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, NY)

• 1,171 beds • Founded in 1852
• Internationally acclaimed for clinical care
• Residents spend 4 months as members of the orthopaedic oncology service during their PGY-IV year.

Clinical Rotations

• Residents spend two to four months rotating on each service. Each service consists of a senior and junior resident and is based at the main campus or at an affiliate site. The Orthopaedic Department also has mid-level providers to assist with inpatient, operating room, and emergency room care. While rotating on each service the residents are responsible for the care of the patients on their service as well as coverage of the operative cases. Cases will be assigned based on educational value and equal exposure for the residents. Additionally, residents will participate in a weekly resident-run clinic under the guidance of senior faculty.

• PGY-I
• Rotations during the first year are split into one-month blocks. Residents will be provided six months of experience in orthopaedic surgery as an intern and with support will learn the basics of fracture care, inpatient care, and triage. Residents will spend a total of six months rotating with other departments including general surgery, trauma surgery, plastic surgery, vascular surgery, intensive care, and neurosurgery. Extensive clinical exposure and didactic teaching of musculoskeletal radiology and anesthesia will be a component of the orthopaedic rotation. Four weeks of vacation will be designated during the orthopaedic rotation. Call duties will vary based on department. Residents will attend the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course.

• PGY-II
• Residents will spend four months each on trauma, hand/sports, and at Stamford Hospital where they work with community-based orthopaedic surgeons. Residents on the hand/sports rotation will have exposure to a variety of elective hand, shoulder, elbow, knee, hip, and spine cases. At Stamford Hospital residents will be exposed a busy orthopaedic department and variety of elective, community-level orthopaedic procedures focusing on hand, joints, sports, and foot and ankle in the inpatient and ambulatory surgical center settings. Residents will take in-house overnight call approximately 1 in 4 nights and will take an average of two weekend day calls a month. Residents will attend the AO Basic Fracture course.

• PGY-III
• Residents will spend four months each on adult reconstruction and at Stamford Hospital. Residents will also spend two months on the Spine service, one month on Foot & Ankle, and one month of dedicated research. The adult reconstruction rotation is based at Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital under the supervision of Steven Zelicof M.D. where residents perform approximately 15 joint reconstructions a week in addition to office hours. Residents on the spine service will be exposed to both elective and emergent treatment of disorders of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. One month is spent with a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon where the resident is exposed to both the operative and office-based aspects of the field. At Stamford Hospital residents will focus on sports and hand mainly in the ambulatory surgical center setting. During the research month, residents are expected to work on a program requirement of one publishable project by graduation. Residents will take in-house overnight call approximately 1 in 4 nights and will take no more than an average of two weekend day calls a month. Residents will attend the Arthroscopy Course (Academy Learning Center, Rosemont, IL), and the Orthotic And Prosthetic Course (New York University, New York, NY).

• PGY-IV
• Residents will spend four months each on pediatrics, tumor, and at Stamford Hospital. The pediatric rotation is at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital on the main campus. During this rotation, residents will have extensive experience treating congenital abnormalities of the extremities, scoliosis, as well as pediatric orthopaedic trauma. The tumor rotation is based at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan under the guidance of Dr. Ilya Iofin. During this rotation residents will spend four months learning orthopaedic oncology both in the office and operating room. At Stamford Hospital residents will focus on outpatient sports procedures. At Westchester Medical Center, residents will take at home back-up call approximately 1 in 4 nights and will take an average of two weekend day calls a month. At Westchester Medical Center, residents will be called for operative cases or if a junior resident requires assistance while on call. At Stamford Hospital, residents will take in-house overnight call. Residents will attend the Pathology Review Course (Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY), and the AAOS annual meeting.

• PGY-V
• Residents will spend 4 months each on the hand/sports service and at Stamford Hospital. Residents will also spend 3 months on the trauma service and 1 month of dedicated research time. Residents will have the ability to choose cases as they see fit to complete their training. Residents may use this research month to complete research projects prior to graduation. At Westchester Medical Center, residents will take at home back-up call approximately 1 in 4 nights and will take an average of two weekend day calls a month. At Westchester Medical Center, residents will be called for operative cases or if a junior resident requires assistance while on call. At Stamford Hospital, residents will take in-house overnight call. Residents will attend the Miller Review Course (Westminster, CO).

Research Experience
• The department offers clinical, biomechanical, and basic science research opportunities to both residents and medical students. Paul Lucas Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedics and Pathology focusing on research in the field of Orthopaedics. Whether designing and executing research projects or assisting residents and faculty, Dr. Lucas is a valuable asset to the Department.

Current Residents

PGY V

Steven Fineberg, MD
Undergraduate: University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign
Medical School: Tel Aviv University – Sackler School of Medicine
Fellowship Plans: Spine – Rush University

Sonya Khurana, MD
Undergraduate: Pennsylvania State University
Medical School: Thomas Jefferson Medical College
Fellowship Plans: Hand – University of Miami

Ravi Verma, MD, MBA
Undergraduate: The College of New Jersey
Medical School: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Graduate: MBA - Duke University
Fellowship Plans: Spine – Hospital for Special Surgery

PGY IV

Christopher Meltsakos, MD
Undergraduate
: Boston University
Medical School: New York Medical College

Neel Patel, MD
Undergraduate: Rutgers University
Medical School: Albany Medical College

PGY III

Kyle Fink, MD
Undergraduate: 
Boston College
Medical School: New York Medical College

Jordan Gross, MD
Undergraduate: 
California Polytechnic State University
Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine

Eric Owashi, MD
Undergraduate: 
University of California – San Diego
Medical School: Wayne State University School of Medicine

PGY II

Azlyn Goff, MD
Undergraduate: 
Florida State University
Medical School: New York Medical College

Rachel Silverstein, MD
Undergraduate/Premed: 
University of Connecticut, University of California - Berkeley
Medical School: The Commonwealth Medical College
Graduate: MS – The Commonwealth Medical College

Rachel Talley-Bruns, MD
Undergraduate/Premed: 
State University of New York – Purchase, Columbia University
Medical School: New York Medical College 

PGY I

Ashlyn Morse, MD, MPH
Undergraduate/Graduate: 
California State University, Northridge
Medical School: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Zan Naseer, MD
Undergraduate: 
University of Maryland, College Park
Medical School: New York Medical College

Nate Rawicki, MD
Undergraduate: 
Pepperdine University
Medical School: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L Foster School of Medicine


Alumni

2017

Jose Inzunza, MD
Fellowship: 
Sports Medicine
Location: University of Miami

Neil Kaushal, MD
Fellowship: 
Pediatrics
Location: Atlanta Scottish Rite – Children’s Orthopedics of Atlanta

Gannon Kennedy, MD
Fellowship: 
Sports Medicine
Location: Sports Orthopedic and Rehabilitation, San Francisco, CA

Christina Seifert, MD
Fellowship: 
Trauma
Location: University of Rochester

2016

Stephen Clark, MD
Fellowship: 
Spine
Location: University of Maryland
Current Practice Location: Freeport, ME

Pedro Ricart, MD
Fellowship: 
Spine
Location: William Beaumont Hospital
Current Practice Location: Omaha, NE

2015

Kunwar Khalsa, MD
Fellowship: 
Spine
Location: University of Maryland
Current Practice Location: Albany, NY

Joseph Pyun, MD
Fellowship: 
Spine
Location: University of Maryland
Current Practice Location: New York, NY

Jason Tam, MD
Fellowship: 
Sports Medicine
Location: San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
Current Practice Location: Covina, CA

2014

Ashok Gowda, MD
Fellowship:
 Shoulder and Elbow
Location: William Beaumont Hospital
Current Practice Location: Silver Spring, MD

John Randazzo, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports Medicine
Location: Union Memorial Hospital
Current Practice Location: West Palm Beach, FL

Steven Wang, MD
Fellowship:
 Hand and Upper Extremity
Location: Mount Sinai Hospital
Current Practice Location: Honolulu, HI

2013

Sreevathsa Boraiah, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Location: New York University-Hospital for Joint Disease
Current Practice Locations: Great Neck, NY

Jeremy Mangion, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports Medicine
Location: Brown University
Current Practice Locations: Hawthorne, NY

Barbara Steele, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports Medicine
Location: University of Pennsylvania
Current Practice Locations: New York, NY

2012

Santiago Lozano-Calderon, MD
Fellowship
: Musculoskeletal Oncology
Fellowship Location: Mass General
Current Practice Location: Boston, MA

Katherine Ma, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot and Ankle
Fellowship Location: University of Rochester
Current Practice Location: Cortlandt Manor, NY

Vishal Patel, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: William Beaumont
Current Practice Location: Dallas, TX

2011

Justin Friedman, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: University of Southern California
Current Practice Location: Miami, FL

Mark Jo, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: Washington University St. Louis
Current Practice Location: Pasadena, CA

Matthew Harris, MD
Fellowship:
 Pediatrics
Fellowship Location: Shriner
Current Practice Location: West Palm Beach, FL

2010

David Friedberg, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: University of California San Francisco
Current Practice Location: Los Angeles, CA

Garrett Snyder, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: University of Kentucky
Current Practice Location: Greeley, CO

Yigal Samocha, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: Texas Back Institute
Current Practice Location: Poughkeepsie, NY

2009

Yasmin Dhar, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: PA Hospital
Current Practice Location: Harrison, NY

Travis Kemp, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot and Ankle
Fellowship Location: Allied Orthopedics
Current Practice Location: Boise, ID

Yeukkei (Roy) Cheung, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: University of California- Davis
Current Practice Location: Daly City, CA

2008

Timothy Achor, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: Hospital of Special Surgery
Current Practice Location: Houston, TX

Daniel Kelmanovich, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot and Ankle
Fellowship Location: Institute of Foot and Ankle Reconstruction Mercy (Meyerson)
Current Practice Location: Poughkeepsie, NY

Jennifer Kreshak, MD
Fellowship:
 Tumor
Fellowship Location: Mass General
Current Practice Location: Boston, MA

Yariv Maghen, MD
Fellowship:
 Hand
Fellowship Location: NYU-HJD
Current Practice Location: Mt. Kisco, NY

2007

Cristian Brotea, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: Cleveland Clinic
Current Practice Location: Harrison, NY

Amar Rajadhyaksha, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Special Surgery
Current Practice Location: Miami, FL

2006

Peter Lementowski, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: University of Pennsylvania
Current Practice Location: Greenvale, NY

Ramin Rabbani, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: Cedar-Sinai
Current Practice Location: Los Angeles, CA

Randolph Sealey, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot & Ankle
Fellowship Location: The Institute for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Mercy Medical Center
Current Practice Location: Danbury, CT

2005

Adam Lazzarini, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Special Surgery
Current Practice Location: West Columbia, SC

Matthew Rogell, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Union Memorial Hospital
Current Practice Location: Danbury, CT

Scott Russinoff, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: Florida Orthopaedic Institute
Current Practice Location: Cortlandt Manor, NY

Joshua Strassberg, MD
Fellowship:
 Pediatrics
Fellowship Location: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Current Practice Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ

2004

Andrew Grose, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Special Surgery
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Special Surgery
Current Practice Location: Hawthorne, NY

Kenneth Sik-Jung, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot & Ankle
Fellowship Location: Baylor University
Current Practice Location: Los Angeles, CA

2003

Jonathan Mallen, MD
Fellowship:
 Adult Reconstruction
Fellowship Location: Brigham and Women's Hospital
Current Practice Location: Woodbury, NY

Christopher Veneziano, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Nirschl Orthopedic Sports
Current Practice Location: Laguna Woods, CA

Hemant Mehta, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports

2002

Edward Mills, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Beth Israel
Current Practice Location: Great Neck, NY

Michael Murray, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: University of California San Francisco
Current Practice Location: Eastchester, NY

Peter Snitovsky, MD
Fellowship:
 Hand
Fellowship Location: Beth Israel
Current Practice Location: Chicago, IL

2001

Francis X. Camillo, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: Campbell Clinic
Current Practice Location: Memphis, TN

Hal Feldman, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Joint Disease
Current Practice Location: Huntington Station, NY

Ardavan Mortezazadeh, MD
Fellowship:
 Spine
Fellowship Location: Beth Isreal/Deaconess/Harvard
Current Practice Location: Reno, NV

Ponnavolu D. Reddy, MD
Fellowship:
 Foot & Ankle
Fellowship Location: Hospital for Joint Disease
Current Practice Location: Sebring, FL

2000

William Rosenblum, MD
Fellowship:
 Trauma
Fellowship Location: University of Pittsburgh
Current Practice Location: Augusta, GA

Keith Penney, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Duke University
Current Practice Location: Torrington, CT

Yassamin Hazrati, MD
Fellowship:
 Shoulder & Elbow
Fellowship Location: Mount Sinai
Current Practice Location: Vallejo, CA

1999

Edwin Ladd Jones, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Taos Orthopaedic Institute
Current Practice Location: Atlanta, GA

Daniel Zelazny, MD
Fellowship:
 Sports
Fellowship Location: Graduate Sports Medicine and Human Performance Center
Fellowship: Trauma
Fellowship Location: Westchester Medical Center
Current Practice Location: Hawthorne, NY

Teaching Faculty

Chairman 

David E. Asprinio, MD - Chairman, Program Director
Residency: Brown University
Fellowship: Trauma - Hospital for Special Surgery
Fellowship: Spine - University of Maryland 

Full Time Faculty

Damon Delbello, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Pediatrics - Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children 

John Galeno, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Spine - University of Toronto 

Andrew Grose, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Trauma - Hospital for Special Surgery
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction - Hospital for Special Surgery 

Samuel Kenan, MD
Residency: Hadassah University Hospital
Fellowship: Tumor - Hospital for Joint Disease 

Howard Luks, MD
Residency: Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Hospital for Joint Disease 

Richard Magill, MD
Residency: Maimonides Medical Center
Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity- Duke University 

Jeremy Mangion, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Brown University

Yigal Samocha, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Spine – Texas Back Institute 

Adam Shaner, MD
Residency: Johns Hopkins University
Fellowship: Trauma – Hospital for Special Surgery 

William Walsh, MD
Residency: New York University 

Daniel Zelazny, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Graduate Sports Medicine and Human Performance Center
Fellowship: Trauma - Westchester Medical Center

Voluntary Faculty

Cristian Brotea, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Spine - Cleveland Clinic

Robert Cristofaro, MD
Residency: Montefiore Medical Center
Fellowship: Pediatrics - Rancho Los Amigos Hospital

Yasmin Dhar, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Booth Bartolozzi Balderston at Pennsylvania Hospital 

Aaron Insel, MD
Residency: University of Pittsburgh
Fellowship: Hand – SUNY Stony Brook University

John Nelson Jr., MD
Residency: Hospital for Joint Disease
Fellowship: Pediatrics - Scottish Rite Hospital

James McWilliam, MD
Residency: Medical College of Wisconsin
Fellowship: Foot and Ankle - American Sports Medicine Institute

Steven Zelicof, MD
Residency: Hospital of Special Surgery
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction - Brigham and Women's Hospital
Stamford Hospital

Rudolph Taddonio, MD - Chief
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Spine - Rush-Presbyterian - St. Luke's Medical Center

Adam Brodsky, MD
Residency: Hospital for Special Surgery
Fellowship: Foot and Ankle - Brown University

Jeffrey Brooks, MD
Residency: Brown University
Fellowship: Trauma - Brown University
Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity - St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital

Russell Cavallo, MD
Residency: Mount Sinai Medical Center
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Duke Universtiy

Joseph D'Amico, MD
Residency: St. Luke's - Roosevelt Hospital 

Frank DiFazio, MD
Residency: University of Vermont
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction - Hospital of Special Surgery

John Dowdle, MD
Residency: Montefiore Medical Center
Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity - St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital 

Andrew Haas, MD
Residency: Montefiore Medical Center
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Boston University

Peter Hughes, MD
Residency: New York Medical College
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction - Hospital for Special Surgery

Haik Kavookjian, MD
Residency: Boston University
Fellowship: Hand and Upper Extremity - Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center

W. Tracy Schmidt, MD
Residency: University of Oregon
Fellowship: Spine-Alamo Bone and Joint Clinic

Krishn Sharma, MD
Residency: Union Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: Spine - Beth Israel Hospital 

Marc Silver, MD
Residency: Maimonides Medical Center
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Yale University

Emily Slate, MD
Residency: Lenox Hill
Fellowship: Thomas Jefferson University – Philadelphia Hand Center

Craig Tifford, MD
Residency: Montefiore Medical Center
Fellowship: Sports Medicine - Southern California Center for Sports Medicine

Allen Troy, MD
Residency: New York University
Fellowship: Foot and Ankle - Hospital for Joint Disease

Corinne VanBeek, MD
Residency: Columbia University
Fellowship: Shoulder and Elbow - Thomas Jefferson University

Avi Weiner, MD
Residency: Bronx - Lebanon Hospital

All applications must be submitted through electronic residency matching services (ERAS). Applications are available through your medical school or the educational commission for foreign medical graduates (ECFMG). Your application will be considered complete with receipt of the following documents:

• CV (ERAS generated CV is sufficient)
• Medical school transcript
• USMLE scores
• Personal statement
• At least three letters of recommendation, one should be from the chairman or program director of an orthopaedic surgery program
• Dean's letter

After thorough review of the applications, competitive applicants will be extended an interview. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Interviews are scheduled during the month of January. For further inquiry please contact our Residency Coordinator, Jennifer Francis at 914.493.8743 or jennifer.francis@wmchealth.org.
Chairman - Orthopedic Surgery
David E. Asprinio, MD
Chairman and Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery
New York Medical College
Macy Pavilion Rm. S-008
Phone: 914.493.8743
Fax: 914.493.1230
Bradhurst Tel: 914.789.2734
Email: david_asprinio@nymc.edu
Email: david.asprinio@wmchealth.org (preferred)

All inquiries regarding the residency program should be directed to:

Residency Program Coordinator


Jennifer Francis

NYMC/WMC Orthopaedic Surgery
Macy Pavilion Room 008
Program Admin/Residency Coordinator
Phone: 914.493.8743
Fax: 914.493.1230
Email: jennifer.francis@wmchealth.org