The objective of the Urologic Surgery Residency Program is to provide excellence in comprehensive clinical training. Our mission is to establish a dynamic atmosphere where cutting-edge education, surgical proficiency and mentorship, as well as clinical research will help create the next generation of urologic surgeons. The diverse faculty has the expertise in the diagnosis and management of all common and complex urologic disorders. Emphasis on didactics and continued medical education will be strongly encouraged.
Our five-year ACGME urology residency program trains future urologic surgeons to integrate research and innovative technology into the delivery of the highest level of patient care. Our nationally renowned full-time teaching faculty provide residents the best clinical experience taking advantage of our institution's abundant resources while placing emphasis on each residents’ personal professional development as a urologic surgeon.
The schedule for years 1-5 will strictly adhere to the ACGME milestones and requirements. Rotations will include Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr Hospital, AI Dupont/Nemours Hospital for Children, and the Mercy Health System community hospitals.