The Urology Residency Program seeks to train outstanding physicians for careers in urology through the expertise of its fellowship-trained faculty, high volume and diversity of cases, and spirit of inquiry.
The residency program accepts four interns per year and is fully accredited. It offers clinical education and basic research in a full spectrum of areas including:
- Minimally invasive urology
- Female urology
- Reconstructive urology
- Pediatric urology
Fellowship-trained faculty members, who represent all urologic subspecialties, offer residents the opportunity to see how rewarding it can be to integrate patient care and research in a urologic surgery career. The Division is also known for its quality of care, consistently ranking among the top urologic centers in the country.
Please browse our website – including the Message from the Chief and the Residency Program Description – to learn more about the residency program.