Education : Residency Program

Residency Program Overview

P G Y 1

Residents will go through a 6 month rotation within the UHealth Otolaryngology Department, in the following sub-specialties: Pediatric Otolaryngology, Laryngology, Rhinology, Speech Pathology, Sleep Medicine, Facial Plastics & Reconstruc¬tive Surgery, and Audiology. During this rotation residents will receive training in general otolaryngology as well as several of the sub-specialties listed above.
Residents will also go through a 6 month general surgery rotation with UHealth surgical departments including: Anesthesia, Neuro-surgery, IC-surgery, Neuro-radiology, Neuro-Oncology, Plastic Surgery, OMES

P G Y 2

Weekly rotation / outpatient clinics – night call and daily rounds, patient admin. history/physical note/discharge summaries
operating room – participate in routine surgical procedures, post-operative care

patient history and physical examinations office procedures under supervision of faculty night call and emergency room coverage of rotating schedules

second year residents will learn

P G Y 3

Welcome to the UHealth Otolaryngology Residency Program. The 5-year program provides residents with the opportunity to work alongside experts within Otolaryngology on clinical diagnosis, treatment and research for conditions and disorders of the ear, nose and throat. The program will prepare residents for a future in diverse specialties within Otolaryngology, in¬cluding: general otolaryngology, pediatric otolaryngology, laryngology, rhinology, audiology, facial plastic & reconstructive s

P G Y 4

increased independence given by supervised faculty increased knowledge through entire spectrum of otolaryngology increased experience in specialties: laryngology otology head and neck surgery facial plastics and reconstructive surgery

Chief resident year Responsible for patient care, administration, teaching Full responsibility of patient evaluation, diagnosis, and therapeutic management

Chief resident year
• Responsible for patient care, administration, teaching
• Full responsibility of patient evaluation, diagnosis, and therapeutic management