Candidates for residency in podiatry at St. Mary Mercy Hospital must satisfactory prove and provide documentation of the following.
Successfully completed a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from a CPME approved college of podiatric medicine within the past three years.
Resident must submit documentation of passing scores on the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners Part 1 and Part 2 prior to the start of their postgraduate year one contract.
If Resident is entering a program at a level above G1, Resident warrants and represents that Resident has satisfied all criteria, prior to the first day of the Term, applicable to the appointed position.
Resident further understands and agrees that St. Mary Mercy has relied on the accuracy of information submitted by Resident when applying for a residency position and that St. Mary Mercy may immediately terminate this Agreement if that information is later determined to be inaccurate or incomplete.
House officers must pass Part III of the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners examination to be eligible for promotion to the postgraduate year 2 level of any graduate medical education program sponsored by St. Mary Mercy.
Possess and maintain the appropriate Michigan educational limited license and controlled substance registration required to fulfill the duties of Resident.