Caseload

Resident case volume exceeds the 50th percentile nationally in most major categories, with especially robust experience in incontinence procedures, urologic oncology involving reconstruction, and percutaneous surgery for stone disease. Most cases are performed with the operating resident as the primary surgeon, assisted by the attending surgeon. Chief residents also act in a teaching-assistant role, guiding junior residents one-on-one through a variety of procedures. Below are the case volumes of a recent graduating class of chief residents.

 

Average for our program 2022 (2 residents)

General Urology

  • Transurethral
  • Urodynamics

739

339

54

Endourology / Stone Disease

  • Ureteroscopy
  • Percutaneous

346

278

55

Reconstructive Surgery

  • Male penile/urethral
  • Female
  • Intestinal diversion

166

50

46

20

Oncology

  • Bladder (cystectomy)
  • Prostate (prostatectomy)
  • Kidney (nephrectomy)

218

29

83

96

Pediatrics

148

Robotics 190