Apply for Orthopedic Primary Care 2017-2018

Application

  • Applications for the Fall 2017 program are now closed.  
  • Applications received by March 1, 2017 will be considered for early admission.  Successful applicants will be notified by June 15, 2017.
  • Applications for any remaining seats will be considered until August 1, 2017,  with final notifications delivered by August 15, 2017.
  • Tuition must be paid in full (or the Subscription payment option initiated) by August 14 — one week prior to the course start on August 21.
Please complete the online application below.  You will need electronic copies of the following documents to complete enrollment online:
  • Relevant Biography: a brief statement telling us a little about yourself – i.e., what is your background in health care; what attracted you to the OPC program; what do you hope to learn, and how do you intend to apply what you learn to your practice?   What assets do you bring to a small group blended- learning situation?  How do you learn most effectively?
  • Curriculum vitae
  • One Letter of Reference from a professional OR academic source.

Acceptable formats/extensions are: .PDF(preferred) .DOC .DOCX .RTF  .ODT.
You can also download a PDF version of the OPC 2017 Application form if you prefer to make your application by mail. 

Fees

  • A non-refundable application fee of $25 must accompany your application.  This can be in the form of a check or money order accompanying your mailed application, or by clicking through to PayPal via the button provided at the OPC Fees Station below.
  • Once your application is approved, you can secure your seat in class with a non-refundable $100 deposit, which will be applied to your tuition.
  • Tuition for the course is $5,000 to be paid in full one week before the first Fall session or as a series of PayPal monthly subscription payments over the run of the course. Please see the OPC Fees Station below for subscription description and buttons to effect your payments.

*For some helpful tips on getting your employer to defray your JOF tuition, please see our Paying for Continuing Education with Jackson Orthopaedic Foundation page.  Please feel free to contact us by email if you need to negotiate an alternative payment plan. 

Orthopedic Primary Care Course: PayPal Fees Station

The PayPal buttons below are provided for your online convenience.

You can also pay by Check or Money Order for Application, Deposit, or Full Tuition payments.   These should be made to Jackson Orthopedic Foundation, with your name or email address written on the document for reference, and sent to 3317 Elm Street, Suite 201, Oakland, CA  94609.

Fees and Full Tuition Payment
Email(as given in application)

 

Tuition Subscription Payments Option:

Use this button to begin a Subscription of 7 payments of $700 per month ($4900 total) over run of the course.  These payments, or the full tuition payment option on the button above, must be initiated by August 14 ( one week prior to the start of the course on August 21).  Payments will commence on the date you complete the subscription check-out. (Note: If you select this option and use your PayPal balance as the payment source, you can avoid credit card charges on these payments.  You must of course be sure that your PayPal balance is always sufficient to meet the debit amount on the payment date each month.)

 

Orthopedic Primary Care Application: Fall 2017

Please attach a brief statement telling us a little about yourself – i.e., what is your background in health care; what attracted you to the OPC program; what do you hope to learn, and how do you intend to apply what you learn to your practice? What assets do you bring to a small group blended- learning situation? How do you learn most effectively?
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
Please provide one professional OR academic reference.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: rtf pdf doc docx odt.
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