The clinic is particularly committed to providing young doctors with specialty training and to helping them qualify for managerial positions. The university continuing education is clearly structured, with participants usually completing the programme in the minimum amount of time.
The clinic is fully licensed to provide continuing education for the specialisations orthopaedics and trauma surgery, plastic surgery, special trauma surgery, special orthopaedic surgery, hand surgery and physical therapy.
The requirements of the "surgical common trunk" training programme have been reliably maintained for years through firm agreements with the surgical intensive care unit, which is managed by the anaesthetic department.
During the common trunk programme, each training assistant rotates for a further six months to the surgical emergency department.
Our university performance requirements include, as part of the continuing education programme, active participation in the UMG's modular student teaching, where we are represented in the pre-clinical and in the 2nd, 4th and 6th clinical semesters.
Scientific interest and commitment to active research are expressly encouraged and promoted accordingly.