Residencies & Fellowships

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Surgery Residency

About the Program

At NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, we prioritize the growth and development of our residents. Our faculty is dedicated to delivering a fully structured didactic program, investing significant effort into creating a dynamic learning curriculum. Moreover, our institution offers numerous opportunities for residents to engage in clinical research, fostering their academic and intellectual growth.

One of the unique advantages of our program is the exposure our residents receive. They are comprehensively trained in all aspects of general surgery, while also enjoying unfiltered access to all major surgical specialties. Our residents are exposed to a high volume of complex cases, providing them with the confidence and expertise needed to excel in their future careers. In fact, our program exclusively entrusts our general surgery residents with the clinical material in sub-specialties, ensuring a well-rounded and immersive experience.

Graduates of the Surgical Residency Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens emerge with a wealth of experience in treating a wide range of clinical problems. Our extensive exposure to general surgery material ensures that each resident attains proficiency in the core areas of their field. Additionally, the absence of sub-specialty fellows within our institution means our residents have abundant opportunities to perform surgical procedures within various specialty areas, further enhancing their skill set and broadening their expertise.

Join us at New York Presbyterian Queens and embark on a transformative journey towards surgical excellence. Discover a program where unparalleled clinical exposure, dedicated faculty, and a commitment to comprehensive training merge to shape the surgeons of tomorrow.

Program highlights

  • High operative volume covering the full breadth of surgical specialties and sub-specialties
  • Dedicated faculty committed to resident education
  • Diverse hospital and patient community
  • Majority of clinical rotations assigned at one site
  • Support for research opportunities




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