At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the pediatric surgery residency (fellowship) is a two-year training program that emphasizes diverse clinical experience and gradually increasing responsibility. In the first year, residents do a month-long rotation in neonatology and colorectal and a two-week rotation in pediatric urology. The second-year chief resident’s responsibilities include administration of the educational program and the clinical care team as well as a two-week rotation in otolaryngology and a month-long rotation in fetal care.
We offer subspecialty fellowship program opportunities in colorectal, ECMO, fetal, international, trauma and vascular malformations. The goal of these positions is to enable the trainees to gain expertise in specialized areas.
We offer one to three months of training for surgical residents from the Departments of Surgery at the University of Cincinnati, Good Samaritan Hospital and Jewish Hospital. Other surgical residents are invited to apply for clinical rotations for up to three months’ rotation.
Clinical rotations in pediatric surgery are also offered for third- and fourth-year medical students.
For more information about the Pediatric Surgery Department at Cincinnati Children’s, contact Leslie Grube, email@example.com, 513-803-9226.