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General Surgery and Urology Residency Program

The Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine General Surgery and Urology Residency Program is a combined five-year, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited program.

Founded in 1970, under the leadership of Selwyn Fried, MD—the first Chairman of Urology for the unified department—our program provides comprehensive surgical training in General Urology and practice opportunities in the subspecialty areas of:

Why Urology Residents Choose Montefiore

As one of the largest medical residency programs in the country, Montefiore provides postgraduate clinical training to more than 1,400 residents across 150 accredited residency and fellowship programs.

Our physicians, at the forefront of their fields, actively mentor and cultivate a new generation of leaders committed to healthcare that is both excellent and equitable. Residents and other healthcare professionals receive a unique opportunity for hands-on training in one of the most diverse areas in the country—one where the population is global and healthcare needs are great.

Our progressive focus on comprehensive rather than fragmented care provides the ideal training ground for healthcare leaders of the future. To remain on the cutting-edge of training, we develop and expand programs that advance teamwork, communication and decision-making. These programs, coupled with Montefiore's mission and vision draw residents from the nation’s top medical schools, including Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Yale School of Medicine, who are particularly committed to increasing access to excellent care in an underserved population.

Those who have trained at Montefiore currently work at a number of leading academic medical centers throughout the country, including Montefiore, itself. Forty-six percent of our doctors—including Steven Safyer, President and CEO; Philip O. Ozuah, PhD, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Montefiore, Catherine C. Skae, MD, Vice President for Graduate Medical Education, Montefiore Medical Center; and several other Montefiore leaders—have trained at Montefiore.

As a Urology resident, you’ll train with the best in the field. Mark Schoenberg, MD—University Professor and Chair, Department of Urology—is a distinguished leader in the field of urology. An active scholar, editor and writer, Dr. Schoenberg served as Director of Urologic Oncology and Bernard L. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Urology at Johns Hopkins Hospital. His team, equally notable as some of the brightest minds in the profession, are skilled at matching the demanding aspects of residency in urology with a supportive environment. We provide residents with unsurpassed exposure to excellence in patient care, innovative research and training.

  • Urologic Oncology
  • Pelvic Floor Medicine  and Reconstruction
  • Complex Endourology for Nephrolithiasis and Upper Urinary Tract Disease
  • Male Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction
  • Minimally Invasive Therapeutics, including laparoscopy and robotics
  • All aspects of Pediatric Urology

Fourth year medical students can apply to join our program through Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). Interviews are offered to applicants in the fall of the year prior to matriculation. Two applicants are admitted annually to the program; and admitted students are required to complete their mandatory year of General Surgery training within the program at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Our team of esteemed leaders provides residents with unparalleled clinical education and research opportunities. We encourage you to learn more about our core curriculum and conference schedule; hospital rotations; research opportunities and our faculty

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