Training Sites

San Antonio Military Medical Center

The only level one trauma center in the Department of Defense.

  • Primary training site for all orthopaedic subspecialties

  • 31 OR First starts per week

  • 4500 cases annually with over 1000 orthopaedic trauma cases including 1600+ individual trauma procedures

  • 425-bed facility with expansion capabilities to 613

  • 32  Operating rooms

Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital

Adjacent to UTH, site of the PGY3 general orthopaedics rotation with significant autonomy and exposure to pathology.  Residents perform over 300 cases each year.

The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group

PGY 4 site for adult reconstruction/general orthopaedics in a high-volume private setting.  Residents participate in 400 cases each year.

Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgery Center

A new state of the art ambulatory surgery center and outpatient clinic.

  • Outpatient clinic and surgery center for Hand, Foot & Ankle and Sports Services

  • 7+ orthopaedic OR starts per week

  • 750 cases annually

  • 4 Operating rooms

University of Texas Hospital 

The other Level 1 Trauma Center in San Antonio which hosts our PGY3 residents.  Each resident logs an average of 120 primary cases during the rotation.

United States Air Force Academy Hospital

Location of sports-based rotation for PGY4 residents, including experience as a team physician for NCAA Division 1 teams.  Residents average over 100 primary cases each rotation

Rady Children's Hospital San Diego

One of the premier children’s hospitals in the world, SAMMC enjoys a long relationship with Rady’s where residents get a broad experience in pediatric trauma, neuromuscular disorders, deformity correction and other pediatric complaints.  Residents average nearly 200 primary cases during their rotation.

One of the premier children’s hospitals in the world, SAMMC enjoys a long relationship with Rady’s where residents get a broad experience in pediatric trauma, neuromuscular disorders, deformity correction and other pediatric complaints.  Residents average nearly 200 primary cases during their rotation.

Funding provided by the San Antonio Military Medical Center Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Alumni Association.

410.494.4994

SAMMCAA@datatrace.com

110 West Road, Suite 227 

Towson, MD 21204

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