Skip Navigation

Join the Future Leaders in Orthopaedics Picture of residents smiling together.

How to Apply


The Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Surgery Residency is designed to provide a broad foundation in the subspecialties of orthopaedic surgery. During the five years of the residency program, you will develop clinical and surgical skills by working closely with faculty members in providing patient care and conducting research. 

Follow Us On Social Media

Congratulations to Our Newly Matched Residents

  • Jean Fleuriscar, City University of New York School of Medicine
  • Christopher Murdock, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • Yesha Parekh, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Nicholas Siegel, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Sukrit Suresh, King's College London School of Medicine
  • Krishna Vangipuram-Suresh, Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Residency at a Glance

Application period: September 4 - October 18

6 Residents Accepted Each Year

5 Years in the Program

6 Participating Hospitals

portrait of Dr Dawn LaPorte 

“Our mentoring philosophy is focused on nurturing orthopaedic talent, educating leaders and making sure that students are exposed to the building blocks that are going to make them excellent doctors.”

- Dawn LaPorte, M.D., Residency Director — Read More

Life at Johns Hopkins

Orthopaedic Surgery Residency: Behind the Scenes

Get the inside look at the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus, as well as historic landmarks of Baltimore, in this video produced by one of our talented residents.

Tour the Johns Hopkins Baltimore Campuses

Take a virtual tour of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Johns Hopkins Residency: An Inside Perspective

Hear from four Johns Hopkins residents about their day-to-day experience at Johns Hopkins.


Learn more about residency life

Contact Us

Dawn LaPorte, M.D.

Residency Director

Beth Hall

Medical Training Program Administrator

Medical students seeking information about orthopaedic clinical electives and rotations may contact or call 410-955-3080.

back to top button