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Curriculum

Learn more about Kendall Hospital's General Surgery Residency Program curriculum and rotation schedule.

The 60-month clinical program should include at least 54 months spent on clinical assignments in surgery, with documented experience in emergency care and surgical critical care in order to enable residents to manage patients with severe and complex illnesses and with major injuries.

ABSITE is administered every year to all residents in January.

PGY1

  • Acute Care Surgery: 2 months
  • General Surgery: 4 months
  • Night Float: 2 months
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: 2 months
  • Surgical Critical Care: 2 months

PGY2

  • Acute Care Surgery: 2 months
  • General Surgery: 4 months
  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: 2 months
  • Surgical Critical Care: 2 months
  • Surgical Oncology: 2 months

PGY3

  • Acute Care Surgery: 3 months
  • General Surgery: 6 months
  • Thoracic/Vascular: 3 months

PGY4

  • Pediatric/General Surgery: 3 months
  • Research: 2 months
  • Surgical Oncology: 3 months
  • Thoracic/Vascular: 3 months
  • Transplant: 1 month

PGY5

  • Acute Care Surgery: 3 months
  • General Surgery: 6 months
  • Vascular: 3 months