The Johns Hopkins Hospital & George Washington University Orthopaedic Residency
    The mission of this Residency Program is to provide educational and clinical experiences to foster the development of client centered clinicians/educators who utilize evidence based practice, sound clinical reasoning and inter-professional communication to deliver outstanding care. In this way, we are committed to increasing the number of highly skilled clinicians for the community and the number of quality clinician educator/mentors within the profession. Last, this residency and its collaborative partners are committed to the participation in scholarly contributions to the profession of physical therapy.

    To this end, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, in collaboration with both The George Washington University and The University of Southern California strive to provide an orthopaedic residency experience unlike any other within the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan region. As such, each resident will have a unique opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities characteristic necessary for advanced clinical practice in orthoepaedic physical therapy as well as skills congruent with contemporary expectations of the physical therapist role as educator.
Program Contact Information
Program Type Residency
Program Status Accredited
Specialty/Subspecialty Orthopaedics
Website Directory Contact Name Kevin McLaughlin, PT, DPT
Address Line 1 10753 Falls Road
Address Line 2 Pavillion II, Suite 235
City, State Zip Lutherville, Maryland 21093
Application Details
Application Deadline 1 12/01/2017
Admission Decision Date 1 02/02/2018
Program Start Date 1 07/09/2018
Interview Required Yes
Important Dates Interviews will be conducted on January 20, 2018
Program Prerequisites
Courses Not Applicable
Certifications CPR Certification Graduate of an APTA accredited Physical Therapy Program - We do not sponsor H1-b visas. Eligible for licensure in the state of Maryland
Experience At the discretion of the residency leadership, additional letters of support from CIs may be required prior to admission. We do not sponsor H1-b visas.
Link to program’s prerequisite instructions Not Applicable
Supplemental Requirements
Supplemental application fee required Yes
Supplemental application fee amount $50.00
Link to supplemental forms or instructions Not Applicable
Essay Questions
Candidate attestation: I, (insert name), attest that I wish to be considered for the 2018/19 cohort. As such, I understand and agree with the following: 1. There is a $50 supplemental application fee that is to be paid to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Rehabilitation Therapy Services clinic, and mailed to 10753 Falls Road, Suite 235, Lutherville, MD 21093. 2. If afforded the opportunity to interview, all interviews are "in-person" and that "virtual interviews" will not be granted. 3. Due to the start date of this program, I am committed to taking my licensure exam in April of 2018 to ensure that I am licensed to practice in Maryland.
Program requires a reference from the following individuals
    Most Recent Orthopedic Clinical Instructor
    Orthopedic Professor
    Additional Reference of your choosing
Program Details
Multi-site program No
Part-time versus Full-time Full Time
      Tuition No
      Salary Yes
      Salary Type Annually
      Benefits Full-Time Employee
      Other Benefits conference attendance, APTA membership
      Ability to earn higher degree No
      Higher degree available Not Applicable
      Program Length (in months) 13
      Anticipant number of clinical hours per week 32
      Maximum Number of Positions 6