During the five years of training, General Surgery Residents will participate in:
- Didactic instruction in the basic and clinical sciences of surgical diseases and conditions,
- Education in procedural skills and operative techniques, and
- Preparation for the life-long provision of comprehensive care to surgical patients.
Surgical Rotations by Year
General Surgery Rotations will include but are not limited to Bariatrics, Vascular, Trauma, General, Biliary, Colorectal, Endoscopy, Breast, Thoracic, Cardiac, Skin and Soft Tissue and Plastic Surgery.
|12 months General Surgery rotations||1 month Burn at Johns Hopkins||1 month Transplant at University of Maryland||1 month Trauma at University of Maryland/Shock Trauma||12 months General Surgery rotations|
|1 month Trauma at University of Maryland/Shock Trauma||1 month Pediatric Surgery at Children's National Medical Center||1 month Pediatric Surgery at Children's National Medical Center|
|2 months Adult Intensive Care||10 months General Surgery rotations||10 months General Surgery rotations|
|1 month Endoscopy|
|7 months General Surgery rotations|