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Training Program
GENERAL SURGERY

Application
7 Year Residency - ACGME ID 4404121302

  1. Apply online with the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). No email or other applications are accepted.
  2. The Residency Selection Committee will not review your application until it is complete. (See Selection Policy) Your file will be reviewed by members of the Residency Selection Committee once the following have been received:
    1. Medical School transcript
    2. 3 letters of recommendation (must include letter from Chairman of Department of Surgery, and from at least one Surgery Faculty)
    3. Board scores

No application review and invitation for a formal interview will be made unless the application is complete by November 1, 2013. This deadline is firm.

Effective July 1, 2013, UPHS will cease hiring tobacco users in our efforts to improve
the overall health of our workforce while reducing health care benefit costs.

Formal Interviews
We interview all competitive candidates personally. Each candidate is individually interviewed by three members of the Surgical Faculty and given an in-depth tour of the Hospital by current residents from all training years. The structured activities begin at 7:00 a.m. and conclude by 2:00 p.m. following an informal lunch with Faculty and housestaff. Interviews will be held on November 16, December 14, 2013, and January 18, 2014. These will be the only interview days offered.

Foreign Graduates
All graduates of foreign medical schools must have current certification by the Educational Committee for Foreign Medical Graduates. All foreign graduates who require visa sponsorship must meet all requirements of the ECFMG to be able to secure a J-1 Visa. Apply online with the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only.

Applicants interested in specialty programs should NOT apply to the General Surgery Program, but should contact the appropriate Specialty Program Director at 3400 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

If you are interested in: Contact:
6 Year Penn Neurosurgery Residency
(Year 1 is spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
M. Sean Grady, MD
Program Director
Phone: 215-662-3483
   
5 Year Penn Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
(Year 1 is spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
Craig Israelite, MD
Program Director,
Phone: 215-662-3350
   
5 Year Penn Otorhinolaryngology Residency
(Year 1 is spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
Michael Ruckenstein, MD
Program Director
Phone: 215-662-6017
   
6 Year Penn Urology Residency
(Year 1 is spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
Alan J. Wein, MD
Program Director
Phone: 215-349-5042
   
6 Year Penn Independent Coordinated
Plastic Surgery Residency
(Years 1-3 are spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
Benjamin Chang , MD
Program Director
Phone: 215-590-2471
   
6 Year Oral Surgery Residency
(Years 1-2 are spent on our General Surgery Rotations)
David Stanton, DMD, MD
Program Director
Phone: 215-662-6176
 
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