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“We Are Their Servants” | 100 Years of Campbell Clinic Residency with Drs. Beaty, Azar, and Kelly

The Campbell Clinic residency program is celebrating 100 years. Since its founding in 1924, the Campbell Clinic has been at the forefront of orthopaedic treatments and medical advancements. In this episode, we are joined by Chief of Staff Emeritus Dr. James Beaty, current Chief of Staff Dr. Frederick Azar, and current Director of the Residency Program Dr. Derek Kelly. You’ll hear the history of the Campbell Clinic and its place in the history of Orthopaedic Surgery in the United States. We’ll end the episode discussing how the Campbell Clinic Residency Program is paving the way for the future of the field for the next 100 years.

  • What sets the Campbell Clinic Residency Program apart from others in the country? (2:31)
  • How did the Campbell Clinic and the Residency Program begin? (4:57)
  • What is the history of Campbell Clinic and its commitment to a legacy of excellence? (9:07)
  • What does the Campbell Clinic mean to Dr. Beaty? (16:48)
  • What is the impact of a program like Campbell Clinical for residents? (19:36)
  • When thinking about the future of the Campbell Clinic, what are the most exciting things on the horizon? (22:47)
  • How do you see the expansion of Campbell Clinic ensuring the best experience for residents and the greater field of Orthopaedics? (24:15)
  • Who is a good fit for the Campbell Clinic Residency? (28:53)
  • How does the legacy of 100 years impact how you see your work? (30:48)
  • How would you define professionals in orthopaedics that have a forward-thinking mindset? (34:02)

Links and Resources:
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Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics Textbook

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