Future Practice Opportunities for Orthopaedic Residents
A Discussion With Texas Orthopaedic Surgeons
Orthopaedic residents are invited to an informal Zoom discussion with orthopaedic surgeons in different Texas cities to discuss the various practice considerations for orthopaedic residents as they think about their futures.
Friday, February 5 | 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m. CST
E-mail Bobby@toa.org to receive the Zoom link.
Jordan Handcox, MD – UT Health Science Center San Antonio
Carl Nunziato, MD – Dell Seton Medical Center at University of Texas
Adam Bruggeman, MD (San Antonio) – Private Practice
Henry Ellis, MD (Dallas) – Academic Practice/Hospital Model
John Hagedorn, MD (Galveston) – Academic Practice/Hospital Model
John Hinchey, MD (San Antonio) – Private Practice
Jeremy Somerson, MD (Galveston) – Academic Practice/Hospital Model
Nicholas Souder, MD (Childress) – Rural Hospital Model
Eugene Stautberg, MD (Houston) – Private Practice
David Teuscher, MD (Austin) – Past AAOS President
How did you choose your current practice setting?
How has the practice of medicine changed since you finished your residency/fellowship? How do those changes apply to current residents?
What advice would you have for your 30-year-old self?
How should residents connect with practices across the state of Texas?
TOA’s Resident Networking Database
TOA created a resident networking database in which residents can post information about their future career interests. Texas orthopaedic practices are invited to utilize the database to network with residents about future career opportunities.
If you would like to submit your information, e-mail Edberg@toa.org.