Surgical Residency Program
A surgical training program at The Jewish Hospital has been in continual existence since 1933. A hallmark is the small program, but highly dedicated faculty, whose commitment to resident education has always been of the highest order. The program offers a deep clinical experience for the resident with exposure to all the key components of surgery.
The Department of Podiatric Surgery prides itself on its pursuit of excellence since 1991. Throughout the three years of training that residents at The Jewish Hospital receive, residents are exposed to a vast array of experiences that include limb salvage procedures, rearfoot and forefoot reconstructive surgeries and nuclear medicine and its applications to podiatric medicine.
The Jewish Hospital Internal Medicine residency program is dedicated to preparing resident physicians for the practice of Internal Medicine by providing a curriculum in accordance with ACGME guidelines for General Internal Medicine. The ability to care for patients with a wide range of clinical problems is one of the distinguishing characteristics of the internist. This ability is fostered by experience on general medical services, both inpatient and outpatient, with exposure to a wide spectrum of diseases in various stages of acuity.
The Jewish Hospital Department of Pharmacy strives to deliver safe and appropriate patient care by promoting education, collaboration with all disciplines, and excellence within the profession and practice of pharmacy. The PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is structured according to ASHP’s Residency Learning System, and offers a combination of core and elective rotation opportunities to provide the resident with a selection of experiences to choose and learn from.
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