Residency Program

Developing well-rounded orthopaedic surgeons

Dalhousie's Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Training is a five-year program that provides a strong clinical exposure in all areas of orthopaedic surgery. We strive to create an environment where the residents can maximize their skills in all fields of orthopaedic surgery. 

We offer a significant operative experience along with a very large ambulatory care component, balanced with an excellent academic program that includes a protected academic half-day and a set two-year curriculum rotation. Our program includes all aspects of training in patient care, surgical technique, and clinical and basic science research. Our goal is to help our residents become well-rounded orthopaedic surgeons.  

Learn more about our residency training program:

For more information, please contact or Education Coordinator, Marlo Ferguson at 902-473-6156 or marlo.ferguson@nshealth.ca

Fifth Year Residents:
Ameerah Alrwili,, Moyad Awad, Meghan Flood, Shahriar Seddigh

Fourth Year Residents:

Yazeed Alsaran, Bernard Burgesson, Obaid Al- Hubaishi, Pascal Mailhot

 

 

 

Third Year Residents:

Fares Al-Jahdali, Kaleena Johnston Kit Moran


 

 

Second Year Residents:

Abdullah Ashour, Mike Whitcomb, Malik Ali

 

First Year Residents:

Jillian McNally, Habeeb Alhaboubi, Allison Lowen

Graduates

2021:

Devin Ferguson, Kevin Morash, Patrick Theriault


Graduates

2020:

Abdullah Al-Thubyani, Alexandra Bishop, Islam Elnagar, Daniel McNeil, Iusten Moga

 

 

Graduates

2019:
Abdul Alfageeh, Michelle Arakgi, Ayman Awila

2018:

Daryl Dillman, Dani Lowe, Chris Rhee

 

2017:
Ahmed Al-Hussain (missing photo), Duncan Smith, Dave Wilson

2016:
Arpun Bajwa, Megan Gillis, Keith Neufeld, Bashar Reda

2015:
Joel Morash, Caroline Tougas

2014:
Brian Flynn, Matt Lewington (missing photo), Duggie McPherson (missing photo)

2013
Michael Loewen, Chris Kennedy, Muthana Sartawi, Alex Soroceanu