Podiatric Residency Program

Podiatric Residency Program

Each year, three residents are accepted in the Podiatric Residency Program at Aultman Alliance.

Our residents are able to fully participate at many of the hospitals in the Northeast Ohio area.

Program Break Down


Resident benefits

Our residents will receive a competitive annual salary, retirement matching, malpractice insurance, National Boards fee coverage, yearly CME allowance, OPMA/APMA/ACFAS dues, reimbursement of gas mileage, meals and 21 days combined sick or vacation days.

Candidate requirements

A candidate must be a podiatric college graduate with a minimum 3.2 GPA, have a reliable personal vehicle, reside within 30 minutes of Aultman Alliance Community Hospital, and have passed National Boards (part I and II).

Meet the Director

Leslie Niehaus, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S., D.A.B.P.S. is the director of the program. Dr. Niehaus is a 1980 O.C.P.M. graduate and completed his residency at Youngstown Foot and Ankle Clinic in 1981. His many achievements include publishing multiple journal articles and running a private practice for the past 37 years.

If interested in the Podiatric Residency Program at Aultman Alliance Community Hospital and would like more information, please call one of the following telephone numbers:

Alliance Community Hospital: 330-596-6000 (have a podiatric resident paged)
Resident's Office: 330-596-7750
Dr. Niehaus's Office: 330-821-6438