Who is the director of the Department of surgery?

Who is the director of the Department of surgery?

The division has continued to support the Department of Surgery’s Office of Global Surgery (OGS) whose innovation makes it an international leader. Acute Care Surgery Fellowship Program Director, Dr. Widder, is co-leading (along with Dr. Abdullah Saleh) the OGS’ Global Surgery and Acute Care Surgery (GSACS) Fellowship in 2019.

What do you need to know about NOSM general surgery?

The NOSM General Surgery Program offers residents a comprehensive training experience leading towards successful acquisition of certification in general surgery, along with the requisite knowledge and skills to effectively practice in a variety of community environments as a General Surgeon.

How to search for Division list of general surgery?

To search for a Division list of General-Surgery or individual Faculty / Staff please click here. For up to date Rounds information please click here.

How many residents are in the general surgery program?

Nine residents are appointed annually to each of the PGY-3, PGY-4 and PGY-5 (chief resident) years of the categorical general surgery program.

Who are the surgeons at DuPage Medical Group?

DuPage Med­ical Group Surgery brings you some of the most inno­v­a­tive sur­gi­cal spe­cial­ists with exper­tise in near­ly every area, includ­ing pedi­atrics.

Who are the members of the American College of Surgeons?

Dr. Pittman is a member of the American College of Surgeons, the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, and the Society for American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.

Who are the general surgeons at Northwestern Medicine?

General Surgery at Northwestern Medicine Regional Medical Group The general surgeons at Northwestern Medicine Regional Medical Group are committed to providing excellent surgical care. In addition, they take the time to discuss your options and answer your questions, encouraging you to take an active role in your treatment.

How many people go on to practice general surgery?

Thirty-five to forty percent of our graduates go on to practice general surgery, whether it be in academic training institutions or in group/private practice. The remaining five percent of our residents will choose to practice general surgery in underserved community, often in mission-based practice, in and out of United States.