Jeffrey Lucido, D.P.M., Director of Podiatric Medical Education
The Podiatric Residency Program at Lutheran Medical Centeris one of the most challenging and rewarding podiatric educational experiences available, designed to produce broadly trained podiatric physicians for the 21st century.
Well integrated into its teaching hospital, the Podiatric Residency Program at Lutheran Medical Center has an extensive research department, library with full Internet access and a staff of clinicians with years of experience.
Lutheran Medical Center strives to provide each resident with excellent diagnostic skills, exposure to all types of trauma and the ability to manage a spectrum of podiatric medical problems.
Podiatric Medical Problems include
- Vascular insufficiencies
- Wound care
Podiatric residents are exposed to and treat a diverse spectrum of pathologies, benefiting from the resources of the health system's excellent facilities which include:
The goal of the Podiatric Residency Program is to provide residents with a superior medical and surgical background that will prepare them for private practice. We accomplish this goal through a varied curriculum that includes weekly didactic lectures, block rotations and journal club.
Granted Residency Certification
The granted residency certification is Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency (PMSR) with Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle (RRA) credential.
All applications are received through CASPR.