The goal of the Mary Free Bed Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program is to provide a comprehensive, well-rounded experience for the physician interested in becoming a board-certified physiatrist. This training will encompass a wide variety of clinical, educational and research opportunities in all areas of PM&R. Upon completion of the residency training program, the physician will feel comfortable pursuing a career in any area the field of physiatry represents.
The residency training program is structured to offer four advanced (PGY-2) positions per year.
All rotations are on-site in our new, 167-bed hospital. Areas of practice include:
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Brain Injury
- Amputee Care with on-site Prosthetics
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Cancer Rehabilitation
- Spine Center and Interventional Rehabilitation
- Post-Concussion Rehabilitation
- Advanced Spasticity Management
- Motion Analysis Laboratory
- Wheelchair & Adaptive Sports
Residents will complete one research project and one performance improvement project during their residency. Each resident will have an assigned faculty mentor who will regularly meet with the resident to facilitate scholarly activities. (Click below to enlarge.)