Podiatric Medicine & Surgery Residency 

As one of the foremost Residency Programs in Podiatric Surgery, Emory Decatur Hospital attracts exceptional residents from across the United States and the world. Focused on providing a thorough, intensive three-year educational training experience in podiatric medicine and surgery at the post-graduate level, Emory Decatur Hospital is committed to educating well-rounded podiatric physicians, clinicians, surgeons, researchers, educators, and humanitarians.

Residency Leadership

Joshua Mann, DPM

Joshua Mann, DPM - Residency Director

Emily Hermes, DPM

Emily Hermes, DPM - Assistant Director

A tradition of EXcellence

Podiatry Residency GroupFounded in July 1969, the residency training program at Emory Decatur Hospital was the first three-year training program in the United States in foot, ankle and leg surgery. It is nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in foot and ankle surgery. Residents receive extensive surgical training and are involved in the assessment and treatment of patients with a great diversity of pathology on a daily basis. At the end of three years, residents can expect to have completed the requirements for a Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency with the added credential in Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery (PMSR/RRA).
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