Residency Genesis & Development

How to Start a Residency Program

The goal of this webpage is to provide all pertinent information and documents related to residency development to podiatric physicians who are interested in beginning a residency program or expanding an existing residency program.

The documents associated with the residency development/expansion process are important to review. KSUCPM has tried to make it easier to locate and navigate these documents by providing a comprehensive list of them below. Links to these documents have been provided for your convenience.

CPME 309 Application for Provisional Approval 

CPME 310 Pre-Evaluation Report 

CPME 311 Agenda Guide

CPME 312 Agenda Guide for Institution Eligible for On-Site Evaluation

CPME 370 Evaluation Team Report for Podiatric Medicine & Surgery Residencies

Other Helpful Links:

Council on Podiatric Medical Education 

American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine

Podiatric Residency Development: The Next Step with AACPM Institutional Residency Development Contacts

Council of Teaching Hospitals 

APMA Residency Start-Up helpline 

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information, please contact:

Jaclyn Macomber
Residency Coordinator
216-916-7510
jmacomb1@kent.edu

Vincent J. Hetherington, DPM
Senior Associate Dean
216-916-7496
vhetheri@kent.edu

Thank you for your interest in developing a residency program!