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Urology Residency Program


Our five year, ACGME-accredited, Urology Residency Program continues its longstanding tradition of training and educating residents in all aspects of urology, providing a breadth of clinical experience, mentorship from interested faculty and exposure to a variety of healthcare systems. Our goals are to teach quality and compassionate clinical care, provide exposure to clinical research and to stimulate an interest in the lifelong learning required of all of us. We are able to do this through stable, interested and well-trained faculty.  The relationship between faculty and residents has been and continues to be one of our strengths.

Rotations at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, Washington DC VA Medical Center, Children’s National Health System, the National Institutes of Health, and Shady Grove Fertility, provide exposure to different health systems, with each site having multiple full-time faculty. There are weekly conferences for faculty and residents that provide the academic core of the program. In addition, each site has its own supplemental conference schedule. Mock oral boards and the endowed Maxted visiting lectureship provide additional opportunities for learning. We also have a dedicated research rotation, and residents are expected to complete projects and submit presentations to regional and national meetings.

We are interested in resident applicants who have the intellect required to succeed in urology, as well as the drive, determination and compassion to provide quality care as part of a team approach. I can assure you that our program will provide you with strong and balanced clinical training that will allow you to provide all aspects of urologic care.

If you have questions or would like further information about the Urology Residency Program, please contact the Office of Surgical Specialty Education via email at [email protected] 
Good luck and thank you for your interest in MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's Urology Residency Program.

Keith J. Kowalczyk, MD
Interim Chair