Peter M. Vincent, DPM


• California College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, CA
• Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine
• Northeastern University College of Arts and Sciences Boston, MA
• Bachelor of Sciences – Biology December 1991

• Pi Delta Honor Society
• High Honors (1995 – 1999)

Performing all associate activities within Clinic, specializing in the uniqueness of the injured athlete/active patient.  Aggressive approach to non-surgical, as well as surgical treatments for athletic over-use injury and trauma to the foot and ankle encompassing a step-wise approach for patients in diagnosing treatment plans. Strong relationships and consultative relationships with the Sports Medicine Professional community in the Greater Seattle area Washington Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine Kirkland, WA-  August 2006-Present

• Virginia Mason Sports Medicine Fellowship
Fellowship position included involvement in all surgical cases. Responsible for managing and treating clinic patients. Position included a unique emphasis on injury, rehabilitation,
continuing medical education and specific sports related podiatric approaches.
Virginia Mason Medical Center Seattle, WA
July 2003 – September 2005

• Podiatric Surgical Residency PSR-12
Performing various resident activities within a clinical setting, specializing in multiple surgical cases with emphasis on forefoot and rearfoot. Working closely with various
surgeons and obtaining exposure to hands-on surgical training.
St. Luke Medical Center Phoenix, AZ July 2002 – June 2003

• Primary Podiatric Medical Residency
Held position of PGY-1 doing rotations in General Medicine, Pediatric Orthopedics, General and Podiatric Surgery, Radiology, Hand and Plastics, Emergency Room, and various Podiatry clinics.  California College of Podiatric Medicine San Francisco, CA July 2000 – June 2001

• Rotational Podiatric Residency
Held position as PGY-1 House Staff on multiply surgical services.  Responsibilities included, floor work, daily surgical case coverage, outpatient clinics, emergency room
Admissions, and every third night call scheduled with multiple cross coverage.  Served six months on General Medicine Service as PGY-1 House Officer. Case load averaged 13-20 patients. Nights of call comprised of floor coverage, admissions, and responding to codes. Disciplines included Cardiology, Geriatrics, General Medicine and Pediatrics.

Our Lady Of Mercy Hospital  Bronx, NY July 1999 – June 2000
Internship Clinical Rotations

• Internship Clinical Rotations
General Podiatric care clinics, Diabetic and local wound care, General and Vascular Surgery, Anesthesia, and Podiatric Surgery. Attended weekly meetings and participated in academic rounds.
DVA Yale Healthcare System New Haven, CT
June 1998 – April 1999

• Clinical Rotations
Diabetic and local wound care, hospital and surgery rotation, General Podiatric care, Radiology and biomechanical evaluation including orthosis construction and modification.
California College of Podiatric Medicine San Francisco, CA September 1996 – May 1998

• Clinical Lab Assistant / Special Chemistry Department
Performed a variety of clinical assay of human samples including electrophoresis (serum protein, amino fixation, lactate dehydrogenase) and quantitative creatinine phosphor-kinase assay. Worked from standardized protocols. Responsible for compiling and reporting daily assay results, solution preparation, record keeping, and inventory control.

University of Connecticut Medical Center Farmington, CT June 1990 – September 1991

• Student Athletic Trainer
Responsible for care and prevention of injuries incurred by athlete. Evaluated injuries and developed specialized rehabilitation protocols. Used therapeutic modalities with a working knowledge of their application.  Organized daily injury reports.
Bowdoin College Athletic Department B runswick, ME August 1988 – January 1989


American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine – Associate Member
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons – Associate Member
American Medical Podiatric Association-Washington Chapter
Current State of Washington Podiatric License
Level II podiatric surgical privileges
Board qualified Podiatric surgery

Actively involved in amateur cross country mountain bike racing
Various backcountry activities and athletic training