Welcome to the Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program
A message from Randall Yee, DO, Program Director
I am pleased to be the Program Director of the Valley Hospital Medical Center Orthopedic Residency. Valley Hospital is a 400-bed hospital located in the heart of Las Vegas and performs approximately 6,000 surgeries annually. I am confident that our facility provides a wide range of pathology to meet your training requirements.
Our Orthopedic Surgery Program is a five-year continuum of organized and progressive training. Two residents are admitted annually for a total of 10 residents. The program has a pre-accreditation from ACGME and is actively pursuing full accreditation.
Our program provides one-on-one teaching with a diverse group of fellowship-trained Attendings. This includes rotations in sports, spine, hand, foot and ankle, and total joint reconstruction. Valley Hospital provides a large volume of sports and spine pathology with these cases being performed daily. In addition, we provide six months of orthopedic pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Orange County as well as six months of trauma at University Medical Center, the only Level 1 Trauma Center in Nevada.
Our residents routinely score very high on the Orthopedic In-Training Exam as we provide six hours of uninterrupted education time per week. There are also monthly cadaver and skills labs for residents to hone their surgical skills. We value hands-on learning with early operative experience. This is exemplified by teaching our residents arthroscopic procedures at the start of their intern year.
I believe our program provides the optimal training to produce exceptional orthopedic surgeons.
The Orthopedic Surgery Program is a five-year continuum of organized and progressive training.
Faculty and Instructors
Our faculty consists of prominent physicians with immeasurable experience and considerable years in the field.
Salaries and Benefits
We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and other benefits.
Apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) application process.
Meet and connect with our current orthopedic surgery residents.
For more information on our Orthopedic Surgery program, contact Tina Towels at Kristina.Towels@uhsinc.com.