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Mercy Podiatry Residency Program

The Podiatric Medical and Surgical 36-Month Residency at Mercy Hospital is a comprehensive, three-year program that leads to certification in forefoot, rearfoot, ankle and reconstructive surgery.

  • Comprehensive, three-year program
  • Approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education
  • Hospital, clinical, consultative and educational opportunities

Program history

The program was founded in 1997, with an agreement through the Minneapolis VA Medical Center, as a 24-Month Podiatric Surgery Residency Program (PSR-24), as an advanced training institution. The Mercy Podiatry Residency Program has since completed its affiliation agreement with the Minneapolis VAMC, to become a unique 36-Month Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Training Institution. 

About Mercy Hospital

Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids and Fridley, Minnesota, is dedicated to providing quality, cost-effective health care to over 225,000 households in more than 26 neighboring communities in the northern metro. The hospital consistently ranks as one of the top Hospitals in the United States as determined by the U.S. News and World Report's list of "America's Best Hospitals."

The surrounding areas of Anoka County offer an excellent quality of life with an assortment of rural and urban lifestyle. An abundance of nearby parks and recreational areas are available. Mercy Hospital is located approximately 15 miles north of downtown Minneapolis.