The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women's Health

Education

Undergraduate Medical Education

Medical Student Clerkship

Director
Staci Pollack, MD  

The clerkship is six weeks and allows students the opportunity to learn about women’s health in all stages of life, from adolescence through the postmenopausal years. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of both obstetric and gynecologic issues encountered in the outpatient as well as inpatient setting, allowing students to acquire a basic set of clinical and procedural skills.

 
 

Graduate Medical Education

Residency Program

Our residency program uniquely prepares our residents for independent academic generalist practice or sub-specialty fellowship. Our residents are exposed to the depth and breadth of the field of Ob Gyn, with exposure and access to a diverse patient population, significant pathology, dedicated full time academic faculty and a pathway to autonomy.

 
 
 
 

Fellowships

The fellowship training programs provide the combined resources of a large clinical department with the research and teaching expertise of the medical complex. Our mission is to provide the highest quality educational experience in collaboration with our colleagues in multiple disciplines, in both clinical and basic science. Program Directors and Faculty in each division and other selected sub-specialties closely supervise all clinical and research activities in which fellows are involved.

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