The nuclear medicine residency at Loyola is a fully accredited program of the American Medical Association and leads to eligibility for the American Board of Nuclear Medicine examination. The Loyola University Medical Center and Edward Hines Veterans Administration Hospital jointly sponsor the program. The 4 year program is divided into 52 4-week “months” with rotations on a variety of adult and pediatric surgical services. In addition to the required rotations in general surgery, medicine, and anesthesia, residents serve on pediatric surgery, surgical intensive care service, emergency medicine, otolaryngology, and plastic surgery.
Residency Programs Cook County Health's residency programs further the education and training of physicians through rigorous clinical training, access to advanced research and broad experiences in the inpatient and outpatient setting.
The goal of Duke’s urologic surgery residency program is to provide a balance between patient care, teaching, and research in the areas of oncology, male infertility and sexual dysfunction, urolithiasis, reconstructive urology, female urology and urodynamics, pediatric urology, and minimally invasive surgery.