University of Rochester


Our three year program is based on a clinical volume of approximately 115,000 patients per year at a Level 1 Trauma Center. Our strengths are numerous and well described on this site; however a few stand out that we would like to highlight:

  • A broad diversity of patients that come from a wide geographic region.
  • We actively foster incredible camaraderie within the residency.
  • We are a supportive and creative teaching environment.
  • We host passionate faculty from across the nation.
  • We live in a four seasoned city, rich in culture, education and activities.
  • Patient Family Centered Care with an abundance of clinical diversity
  • Nationally renowned, dedicated faculty individually committed to your success
  • Subspecialty expertise that allows your professional interests to be explored and developed
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