Department of Surgery Residency Alumni

 

Upon Completion of the Program

Recent history has shown that approximately 75 percent of the departing trainees pursue fellowship training, primarily in plastic surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, critical care, colorectal surgery, pediatric surgery, vascular surgery and oncologic surgery.  They have been accepted into some of the finest fellowship programs in the country.  The pie chart included here shows the distribution of residents who have gone on to fellowship training in the various surgical specialties over the last 7 years.

pie chart

In addition to fellowship training, a number of graduates have entered directly into private practice in areas such as General Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Acute Care Surgery, and Surgical Critical Care at hospitals across the country. The following are examples of the programs where our graduates have received positions:

Minimally Invasive Surgery at:
New York Medical College / Westchester Medical Center, NY
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
St. Francis Hospital, CT
University of Texas Medical School, TX

Plastic Surgery at:
Indiana University, ID
University of Kansas, KS
University of Utah, UT

Transplant Surgery at:
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, IL
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Cardiothoracic Surgery at:
Boston Medical Center, MA
MCP Hahnemann University, PA
Yale University, CT

Vascular Surgery at:
Toledo Hospital (Jobst Vascular Surgery), OH
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Newark, NJ

Pediatric Surgery at:
Emory University, GA

Breast Oncology at:
Southwestern Center for Breast, University of Texas, TX

 Trauma and Emergency Medicine / Surgical Critical Care / Burns at:
John’s Hopkins, MD
Jacobi Medical Center, NY
Yale University, CT