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Residency Training Program
The Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, commonly referred
to as ENT, is dedicated to the treatment of patients with diseases of the ears,
nose and throat. The Department is composed of three interactive components:
Clinical Practice, Research and Education. The clinical program is dedicated
to a single mission -- to provide outstanding care for patients with otorhinolaryngologic
Our educational program is dedicated to training outstanding Otorhinolaryngologists.
We, as a Department, take great pride in the accomplishments of our residents
-- watching them grow from recent medical graduates to highly skilled practitioners.
We are committed to insuring that our trainees recognize and respect the importance
of humanism in this age of technology -- caring for patients, not diseases.
Highlights of the Program
The residency training program
consists of a total of five years; one year General Surgery training
at the University of Maryland, and four years of Otorhinolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery training. The residency training program is
fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
for a total of 10 residents, therefore the classes alternate between
2 and 3 available openings per year. The Otorhinolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery educational program includes training in general
otolaryngology, otology/neurotology, head and neck oncology, rhinology/sinus
surgery, laryngology, pediatric otolaryngology, facial plastic and reconstructive
surgery and maxillofacial trauma.
All adult inpatients are boarded
in the Gudelsky wing of the hospital. The open and modern structure
provides an ideal atmosphere for acute and long-term care of OHNS patients. The private outpatient and resident clinic facilities are in the T.
Frenkil Building, with large examination and treatment rooms. State-of-the-art Audiology, speech and vestibular evaluation rooms are
adjacent to the clinic. Annual admissions for Otolaryngology
services average 580 cases with an additional 700 outpatients for Same
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This page was last updated: September 27, 2013