Miami is an ideal location for a resident to learn and practice sports medicine. Baptist Health Orthopedic Care provides unique year-round coverage opportunities for a wide variety of high school, collegiate and professional sports teams. Baptist Health Orthopedic Care is the official sports medicine provider for:
Professional Sports and Venue Partners
- Florida Panthers (NHL)
- Inter Miami CF (MLS)
- Miami Dolphins (NFL)
- Miami FC Soccer (USLC)
- Miami Heat (NBA)
University and School Athletics Partners
- Barry University
- Florida Atlantic University
- Florida International University
- Miami-Dade County Public Schools
- St. Thomas University
Event and Tournament Partners
- Gulfstream Park Racetrack
- Miami Beach Bowl
- Miami Marathon and Half Marathon
- Miami Open Tennis
- Orange Bowl
Participation in ongoing clinical and basic science research projects is encouraged and protected time for these scholarly activities is built into the weekly schedule. The program has access to a dedicated research staff that is available to assist on all projects. Didactic learning includes weekly sessions in athletic training, orthopaedic sports medicine, foot and ankle orthopaedic surgery, and hand surgery conferences covering a broad range of topics from basic science to pathophysiology and the latest surgical advancements. Residents will also participate in a monthly journal club and case presentations. Finally, residents have year-round access to our on-site cadaveric BioSkills training lab to gain exposure to surgical skills.
Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute
The nationally recognized Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute is a multi-site practice with locations across South Florida, offering comprehensive orthopedic services including sports medicine, foot and ankle, hand, adult reconstruction and trauma care to community members and professional athletes. The staff of renowned sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons – backed by the most advanced technology and comprehensive rehabilitation programs – brings a total team approach to each patient’s care. The program serves the Miami HEAT, Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers, Inter Miami CF, Orange Bowl, Miami-Dade County Public Schools Athletics, Miami Open Tennis and Miami Marathon & Half Marathon.
Doctors Hospital, located in the heart of historic Coral Gables, has provided high-quality medical care since 1949. The 281-bed, acute care facility is recognized for its services in orthopedics, sports medicine, general surgery, minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, geriatrics, intensive care and a state-of-the-art Emergency Department.
Miami HEAT Sports Medicine Center
The Miami HEAT Sports Medicine Center is a new, state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center located in the Medical Arts Building at Doctors Hospital. It is fully dedicated to orthopedic procedures and includes 4,500 square feet of the world’s most advanced and efficient operating room suites. Two of the four operating rooms have windows for viewing capabilities and student observation.
Doctors Hospital BioSkills Lab
Baptist Health Orthopedic Care at Plantation
Baptist Health Orthopedic Care at Plantation is a new location for Baptist Health Orthopedic Care with a 112,000 square foot wellness and medical complex just north of I-595 and Pine Island Road. This location offers a more personal, integrated healthcare experience - all in one place including Orthopedics, Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging, Physical Therapy, Primary Care, Cardiology, Chemotherapy, Endocrinology, Oncology, Pharmacy, Radiation Therapy, Spine Care, and Urgent Care.
Baptist Health Orthopedic Complex
Introducing Baptist Health's new, state-of-the-art orthopedic complex across the street from Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins. The expansive, 17,000-square-foot facility is located adjacent to the Baptist Health Training Complex, the Dolphins’ training facility, with clinical areas overlooking the team’s practice field. Serving Dolphins players and the public alike, the new location offers comprehensive orthopedic care with a full range of diagnostic imaging, physical therapy and rehabilitation services all under one roof.
- Completed a CAATE accredited Athletic Training program prior to start of the residency
- BOC Certification
- Athletic Training Licensure (or eligibility) in the State of Florida
- Current certification in CPR/AED
- Residency Program Application
- CV listing all scholarly activity (publications/presentations)
- Personal statement
- Three letters of reference (signed, and on letterhead). One letter must be from an ATC familiar with your work.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Where do applicants go to apply?
- When are applications accepted? November 1st through March 15th
- When are candidate interviews? End of March
- When are candidates notified of acceptance? First Week in April
- When does the program start? August