Roland J. Carroll III, D.P.M.

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EDUCATION:

William M . Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine – Chicago, IL
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Graduation: May 2000

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Urbana, IL
Bachelor of Science in Cell and Structural Biology Graduation: May 1996

POSTGRADUATE:

Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Walnut Creek, CA
Podiatric Surgical Residency, PSR–24
Expanded surgical experience in rearfoot reconstruction, rearfoot and forefoot trauma, diabetic limb salvage and forefoot surgery Enhanced inpatient care through co-management of complex medical patients Gained exposure to pediatric surgical and non-surgical care, including clubfoot casting, fractures, congenital deformities and skin lesions July 2002 – June 2003

Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center – Washington, D.C.
Podiatric Surgical Residency, PSR–12
Received thorough forefoot and rearfoot surgical training from more than 25 surgeons Acquired advanced surgical exposure with rotations in Plastic and Orthopedic Surgery Supported resident and student education with weekly didactic activities July 2001 – June 2002

Rotating Podiatric Residency, RPR
Managed high-volume general podiatry clinic with large high-risk diabetic population Medically managed podiatry inpatients and worked closely with other medical specialties Actively contributed to patient care with rotations in Internal Medicine, Vascular Surgery, Anesthesia, Radiology and Pathology July 2000 – June 2001

PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT:

American Podiatric Medical Association, Resident Member
USA Today Help Line Volunteer
Fielded nationwide phone inquires concerning footcare and podiatry Fall 2001 – Summer 2003

June 2001

SCACFAS (Surgery Club),
Vice President Fall 1996 – Spring 2000

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Bay Harbor Podiatry Group – Torrance, CA
Associate, Private Practice July 2003 – Present

Scholl College Department of Basic Sciences/Clinical Sciences
Tutor:Histology, Gross Anatomy, Physiology, Lower Extremity Anatomy and Functional Orthopedics
Teaching Assistant: Lower Extremity Anatomy Laboratory Fall 1997 – Spring 1999

Feet First Museum, Scholl College
Museum Tour Guide/Program Assistant Summer 1998 – 2000

Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory, Molecular & Intergrative Physiology Dept
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Utilized MRI techniques to investigate physiological influences on water relaxation time Spring 1995 – Summer 1996

HONORS:

Durlacher Honor Society 1997 – 1998

Division Six Scholarship, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Fall 1999