Westside Regional Medical Center Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Fellowship

Program Director:                   
Warren Windram, DPM, MS, FACFAS

Other Program Faculty:      
Stephen Spinner, DPM, FACFAS
Frederic Chussid, DPM, FACFAS
Madelin Ramil, DPM, FACFAS
Alberto Herrada, DPM, FACFAS
Arthur Segall, DPM, FACFAS
Amanda Allen, DPM, FACFAS
Robert Mills, MD
Christopher Pappas, DPM
Julie Schottenstein, DPM
Marie Williams, DPM, FACFAS
Jean Holewinski, DPM
Daniel Bell, DPM, FACFAS
Clive Woods, MD

Recent Post Graduate Fellows:
2020-2021: Joshua Epstein, DPM
2018-2020: this program is not taking a fellow for the 2018-2020 fellowship years.
2017–2018: Amanda Allen, DPM, AACFAS

Westside Regional Medical Center Attn: Podiatry
8201 W Broward Blvd.
Plantation, FL 33324
Phone: (954) 370-4451
Fax: (954) 916-5402
Email: wrsfellowship@gmail.com

Website:
westsideregional.com/gme

Number of Positions:                    
One

Duration:                                        
One year

Program Start & End Dates:         
August 1–July 31

Application Deadline:                       
January 2

Program Application:
ACFAS Standard Fellowship Application Form
To apply, please submit an application. Once submitted, you may contact the program for a visit. Once your materials are received, you will be notified by the end of the year to arrange an interview by early next year. Soon after the interview process is complete, a fellow will be selected.

Stipend:                                          
$50,000; benefits provided

Position Location:                         
Broward and Miami-Dade counties in South Florida

Research Requirements:  

  • The Fellow is required to produce at least one manuscript for publication in foot and ankle care.
  • The Fellow is encouraged to participate in resident lead research and case presentations contiguous with the Westside Regional Medical Center podiatric residency.

Program Summary/Training Goals: 

  • The fellow has the ability to participate in a wide variety of cases. These cases will range from forefoot reconstruction, rearfoot reconstruction, trauma, wound care and elective cases. If interested, there will be cases that involve various applied biologics.
  • There is time for office/clinic work on a weekly basis.
  • Research time is mandatory.
  • The fellow will be responsible for following the regulations set forth in the fellowship manual.
  • This is a well-rounded program that will improve and build on the fellow’s current skills and add a sense of completeness to their total education that will allow them to enter private practice with full confidence in all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery.

Post Graduate Fellows History:
2016–2017: Arezou Amidi, DPM, AACFAS
2015–2016: Julie Schottenstein, DPM

Educational Opportunities

Upcoming