HOW TO APPLY
All applicants interested in training at the Department of Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System in the Podiatric Wound Care and Diabetic Foot Research fellowship program will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Trainees Paid by VA – Either in VA-Sponsored Programs or Affiliated Programs. (1) All paid associated health trainees must be U.S. citizens. For trainees paid directly using the VA’s Personnel Accounting Integrated Data (PAID) system, an Official Personnel Folder (OPF) must be established and trainee appointments must be documented on a Standard Form (SF) 50B, Notification of Personnel Action. Trainees must be appointed and paid directly by VA from VHA centrally-allocated funds, based upon the allocation process managed by OAA. NOTE: Local facilities may not use appropriated local medical care funds to pay trainees.
Our program accepts applications directly. We begin reviewing the applications insuring they meet the criteria for the upcoming academic year starting in July and typically interview applicants during the month of March. The applicant must have completed a PM&S-36 residency (or equivalent).
All applications must include:
- Letter of interest
- CV, which must contain your contact information
- Podiatric Medical school transcript
- Three letters of recommendation (one from residency director)
- Recent Applicant photo
Following the initial review of the completed application, selected applicants will be invited to an interview. During an onsite interview visit, the applicant will meet with many faculty, current fellow and residents.
Email the Chief of Podiatry: email@example.com
Facility Mailing Address:
Eastern Colorado Health Care
System – V. A. Denver Medical Center
Section, Surgical Service 112
1055 Clermont Street
Denver, Colorado 80220