The Urologic Surgery Residency Program at the Washington University School of Medicine is a fully accredited training program that offers clinical education and basic research in:
- Minimally invasive urology
- Stone disease
- Female urology
- Reconstructive urology
- Pediatric urology
Full-time faculty members (MDs and PhDs) provide training to residents, clinical and research fellows at the following clinical facilities: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Louis VA Medical Center , Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital and Christian Hospital Northeast. The adult urology program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital ranks as the number one program in Missouri and our adult pediatric program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital ranks fifteenth nationwide according to US News & World Report.
Message to Urology Residency Applicants:
Posted May 12, 2020
The Urology Residency Program at Washington University in St. Louis is following AAMC guidelines and planning virtual-only interviews this season. We will also not be sponsoring any visiting sub-internships. Instead, we are working on developing a process that will give you, as an applicant, as much information about our program as possible. Please revisit this site often to get updates on “virtual sub-internships,” virtual tours, and opportunities to meet with our residents and faculty in ways that allow you to fully understand our culture and ethos.