The General Surgery Residency offers four categorical (five-year) and three preliminary (one-year) positions through the National Residency Matching Program. The program’s faculty members are committed to providing residents with the expertise needed to foster mastery of all surgical elements. The goal is to provide a transformative educational experience to surgery residents that will shape their practice and delivery of health care through a deeper understanding of value-based, patient-centered health care delivery for the management of a variety of surgical diseases. Upon completion of the program, graduates leave fully prepared to enter community practices, academia or competitive fellowships. Learn more in a welcome letter from program director Carlos Brown.
The Surgery Residency program is affiliated with the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care.