General Surgery Residency Training Program
The General Surgery Residency Program is one of the finest surgical training programs in the country and strives for clinical, educational, and academic excellence in all its endeavors. The program attracts highly accomplished and ambitious residents from throughout the country and enjoys an outstanding esprit d'corps and sense of community. The residents are supervised by 63 outstanding surgical faculty members. Research time is not required, but it is strongly encouraged and there is an emphasis on scholarship and academic development. Following completion of the training program, many graduates continue their training in fellowship programs and more than half of the graduates are now full-time academic surgical faculty at high quality programs around the country. The program is designed to graduate six comprehensively skilled chief residents each year. Approximately 7,000 procedures are performed annually by the General Surgery residents and their supervising faculty at the University of Michigan Hospital, Mott Children's Hospital, and the Ann Arbor Veterans' Administration Hospital.
For detailed program information please go to the General Surgery website.