The Urology Residency program at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, the academic medical center of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, is dedicated to providing residents with the basic science knowledge, clinical acumen, and surgical skills for the contemporary practice of urology. Located in Northern New England, the “Upper Valley” is home to people in New Hampshire and Vermont who love the beauty and serenity of the countryside and the excitement of a thriving cultural scene.
The program historically was built on an apprenticeship model that emphasized one-on-one interaction between faculty and residents, giving residents broad exposure to all aspects of clinical urology throughout the five years of the program. As our program has grown we have adopted more of a hierarchical model especially as it relates to assignment of operative cases. Residents are active in independent scholarship and routinely present work at national and international meetings. Residents also participate in teaching Dartmouth medical students and leading multidisciplinary conferences at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.
- Chief resident Lael Reinstatler and senior resident Robin Djang were selected for New England Section scholarship to attend the AUA advocacy meeting in Washington DC and meet with legislators in their Capitol offices.
- Dartmouth Urology will have a strong presence at the up-coming New England AUA meeting in Providence in September.
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