Diversity & Multicultural Affairs

Diversity Visiting Student Scholarship

A program co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and The Warren Alpert Medical School's affiliated medical departments.

Diversity in Medicine Visiting Student Scholarship is a program co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and Warren Alpert Medical School's affiliated medical departments. 

This program is an opportunity for qualified underrepresented (URM) students to participate in clinical electives at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Participants will interact with residents and faculty and will receive mentorship from the members of the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA).

Providence, Rhode Island

Providence is a “minority majority” city due to its diverse population with 38% of the population Hispanic/Latino, 16% Black/African-American, 6.4% Asian and 1.4% Native American/Alaskan Native. Providence is also an active refugee resettlement site, serving as a new home to refugees from all over the world.

Eligibility

Applicants must be a fourth year medical student in good academic standing at an U.S.-accredited medical school. Students must have completed all core clerkships at their home institution.

Application

To be considered for the scholarship award, students are required to apply through an online application system that is separate from VSAS. Please send us an email to request access to the application. 

Available Blocks

The Application deadline is 8 weeks prior to the elective start date. 

2021-2022 Elective Calendar

Scholarship Award

$1,000.00 to $2,000.00 for travel, housing and/or personal expenses depending on the program.

Resources available to guide student's housing search in Providence.

Questions?

Please send us an email.

Visiting Electives

About Us

The Department of Anesthesiology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is a multidisciplinary team that provides cutting-edge, state-of-the-art medical care for its patients throughout the greater Rhode Island community. We pride ourselves on the practice of world-class perioperative medicine at all of our affiliated institutions. Our patients range from newborn to geriatric, and our physicians specialize in the care of these patients from their first preoperative consultation through their operation and into their recovery or intensive care admission.

Education has been a cornerstone of our department for generations.  Long before joining the Lifespan Physician Group community in 2015, we had been training future leaders in the field at the resident and medical student level.  After assisting in the formal training of hundreds of anesthesiologists over the past half-century, we proudly began our own ACGME-accredited residency program in July of 2018.  With the inaugural residency class of Brown University Anesthesiology, we have focused a great deal of resources towards achieving our vision of a world-class academic program. We have intensified our research endeavors and committed ourselves to making an indelible mark on the greater medical community.

On behalf of the more than 100 physicians, nurse anesthetists, and other professionals of Brown Anesthesiology, we thank you for taking time to learn about our department and our mission. We are embarking on an exciting new frontier, and it gives us enormous pride to be a part of this journey. If you have any questions about our services or educational programs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Anesthesiology Residency Program

Available Elective

Anes-4012: Subinternship in Anesthesiology 

The Department of Dermatology at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University welcomes your interest in our program. The primary goal of our Department is to provide residents and students a superior educational and service experience in the discipline of Dermatology. Our faculty is committed to helping each trainee develop lifelong learning skills to achieve individual excellence in patient care, education, and research. As an integral part of our approach to your professional and personal growth, we place particular emphasis on upholding the qualities of respect, integrity, intellectual curiosity, good judgment, and patient sensitivity and advocacy - all to assure you are ready to confidently face the challenges that may appear long after your training is complete. We hope this will foster a sense of commitment to dermatology and will encourage our graduates to contribute some of their future time, knowledge and experience back to the field.

About Us

As a model of inter-institutional cooperation in the delivery of medical services and in medical education, our Department of Dermatology thrives by drawing from the combined resources of Brown University, the Brown affiliated hospitals, and the local community. Of special note is the broad demographic and ethnic diversity of our patient population (drawing from throughout Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, and Southeastern Connecticut) which enriches both the clinical and personal experience of learning here. Since the program’s beginning in 1969, over one hundred and thirty dermatologists have completed training here and practice or teach in locations throughout the United States.

Clinical Sites

Most of the clinical training of residents takes place in multiple hospitals located in ProvidenceRhode Island, as well as at the Providence VA Medical Center. The combined bed capacity of the hospitals approaches 1,500. The total number of outpatient visits in Dermatology (excluding emergencies) exceeds 25,000/year. Rhode Island Hospital, Hasbro Children's Hospital, and Women & Infants Hospital, located within walking distance of each other, form Southeastern New England's largest academic medical center. They provide the setting for General Dermatology Clinics, Pediatric Dermatology Clinics, the Inpatient Dermatology Service, the Photomedicine and Day Hospital Facility, the Dermatological Surgery Unit, the Dermatopathology Service, the Dermatopharmacology Unit, and many specialty clinics.

Dermatology Residency Program

Available Visiting Elective

Derm: 3040- Dermatology

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University offers broad and rigorous training in all aspects of diagnostic and interventional radiology. We are a world-class department with over 60 fellowship-trained faculty members in all sub-specialties of radiology. Rhode Island Hospital, the main teaching hospital of Brown University, is a designated Level 1 Trauma Center, serving as the primary referral and teaching hospital in Southern New England. Our emergency department is the busiest in New England and 5th busiest in the United States. Together with Women & Infants Hospital—a dedicated facility for obstetrics, gynecology, and neonatology—Hasbro Children's Hospital, and the Miriam Hospital, trainees within the department have unparalleled exposure to a wide variety of disease processes and have the privilege to care for their patients alongside international leaders in all medical specialties.  Funding for this rotation is $2,000 for travel and/or housing expenses 

Radiology Residency Program

Available Electives

RAD-6290: Diagnostic Radiology

RAD-6300: Nuclear Medicine

RAD-6310: Sub-internship Interventional Radiology

RAD-6320: Vascular and Interventional Radiology

RAD-6330: Body Imaging and Intervention

RAD-6360: Neuroradiology

RAD-6380: Pediatric Radiology

Brown Emergency Medicine (Brown EM) is the academic Emergency Medicine physician practice plan of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and Lifespan’s Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, and Newport Hospital. Brown EM is committed to completing its mission and vision including academic and research support. Brown EM physicians and research personnel conduct a wide variety of research in basic science, clinical practices, and public health. Brown EM member physicians train 52 emergency medicine resident physicians in the prestigious Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Brown EM also sponsors a number of fellowship programs in conjunction with Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University.

With more than 125 full time member physicians and 45 advanced practice providers, Brown Emergency Medicine (Brown EM) provides emergency department staffing for Rhode Island Hospital, the region’s only Level I trauma center; Hasbro Children’s Hospital, the state’s only children’s specialty hospital; The Miriam Hospital, which is a leading community teaching hospital; and Newport Hospital, a community Magnet Hospital. All Brown EM member physicians are board certified in emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine.

In the clinical arena, Brown Emergency Medicine (Brown EM) member physicians and providers treat over 250,000 patients per year at our 4 clinical sites, drawing patients from the greater Providence area, the State of Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, and parts of Connecticut. The Anderson Emergency Center at Rhode Island Hospital is one of the busiest in the nation, and provides a full range of tertiary care. Hasbro Children’s Hospital, is the center for children’s care in the region, and is a pediatric trauma center. The Miriam Hospital is a highly-regarded community teaching hospital, which has Magnet nursing status and a reputation for high-quality care and high levels of patient satisfaction. Newport Hospital is a community hospital, deeply committed to providing the highest quality patient care, excellent customer service in a welcoming community setting.  Funding for this rotation is $2,000 for travel and/or housing expenses 

EM Residency

Available Visiting Elective 

EM 5620: Emergency Medicine

 

This program is an opportunity for qualified underrepresented (URM*) students to participate in clinical electives in the Department of Family Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. The Brown Family Medicine Residency Program ACGME accredited since 1976 is dedicated to educating the next generation of family physicians to provide high quality healthcare for all, especially the most vulnerable and underserved, and to be leaders in health care delivery, medical education, research and advocacy.

We offer two different fourth year electives. Our Family Medicine Sub-I (FM 3583) is based at Miriam Hospital, one of the premier Brown University teaching hospitals.  The other elective is our FM 5820, an outpatient Patient Centered Medical Home elective based in our Family Medicine Resident/Faculty Clinic in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  The medical home for over 12,000 patients, our Family Care Center serves an ethnically and socio-economically diverse community that includes many who have immigrated from Latin America, Cape Verde, Portugal and West Africa.

Participants will interact with family medicine residents and faculty and will receive mentorship from the members of the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA).

Family Medicine Residency Program

Available Visiting Electives

FM 5820 Family Medicine Elective

FM 5870 Subinternship in Family Medicine

The Department of Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University is the premier academic source for clinical care, medical education, and scholarly investigation in southeastern New England. Based largely at Rhode Island Hospital (the principal teaching hospital of Brown University), Miriam Hospital, and the Providence Veterans Administration Medical Center, over 300 full-time faculty offer a broad array of medical services and programs, ranging from community-based primary care to state of the art, technologically advanced interventions.  Our patients come from our community, receiving care at some of our many outpatient facilities or through our Emergency Departments, which is the busiest ED in New England and 5th busiest in the Unites States.  In addition, patients travel from all over Rhode Island and neighboring states to receive subspecialty tertiary and quaternary care from nationally/internationally recognized leaders in medical science.

Available Visiting Electives

IM-3065: Infectious Disease- Miriam Hospital 

IM-3070: Infectious Disease- Rhode Island Hospital

IM-3080: Adult Immunology

IM-3100: Cardiology- Rhode Island Hospital 

IM-3110: Cardiology- Miriam Hospital 

IM-3120: Coronary Care Unit (CCU)

IM-3165: Med/Peds Infectious Diseases

IM-3230: Hematology Oncology - Outpatient

IM-3331: Subinternship in Medicine

IM-3333: Subinternship in Medicine

 

Internal Medicine Residency

The Department of Neurosurgery welcomes you to apply to the Diversity in Medicine Visiting Student Program. In this program, participants will interact with residents and faculty and will receive mentorship from the members of the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA). Your time will be spent at Rhode Island Hospital which is a 720-bed not-for-profit hospital which is a Level 1 Trauma Center and the premier facility for clinical care, research, and education for southeastern New England. Our Department does over 3,000 surgeries covering all areas of neurosurgery including cerebrovascular, oncologic, pediatric, functional, spine, skull base, neuro-interventional, peripheral nerve surgery, and stereotactic radiosurgery. Our department currently has 9 residents from a diverse background. We are part of the Norman Prince Neuroscience Institute which is dedicated to advancing neurosciences and advancing clinical care in neurological diseases. We hope that you will consider our program when you are looking into visiting student rotation programs.

The application will be reviewed by the Department of Neurosurgery prior to acceptance.

Neurosurgery Residency Program

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University serves a vital role in advancing the delivery of health care, medical education, and scholarship in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.

With strengths in Ob/Gyn subspecialties, the department boasts a top residency training program and outstanding fellowships. The Department is one of the few programs in the country to have all four American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology accredited fellowships: Maternal-Fetal MedicineGynecologic Oncology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Breast Health, and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. The department also directs Alpert Medical School's core clerkship in obstetrics and gynecology, which has achieved national recognition for innovation in faculty development and performance-based assessment.

As well as the traditional in person four week sub-internship, the department has developed an opportunity for four additional students to do a virtual two-week non-credit elective.  This elective is designed to review core concepts in Obstetrics and Gynecology in preparation for the start of residency.  Student will also virtually attend educational conferences, practice with standardized patients, and prepare journal club.  This year the elective will run September 20 – October 1, 2021. 

Ob/Gyn​ Residency Program

Available Visiting Elective

ObG 4910 Subinternship in Maternal Fetal Medicine

ObG 4920 Subinternship in Urogyn & Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery

ObG 4950 Subinternship in Gynecologic Oncology & Pelvic Surgery

ObG 4955 Subintership in Women's Emergency Obstetrics & Gynecology

This program is an opportunity for qualified underrepresented (URM*) students to participate in clinical electives in the Division of Ophthalmology at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Participants will interact with residents and faculty and will receive mentorship from the members of the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA).

The Rhode Island Hospital Division of Ophthalmology (link: https://www.brown.edu/academics/medical/about/departments/surgery/ophthalmology/) is the primary teaching facility for the Ophthalmology Residency of the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. We are eager to welcome students participating in the Diversity in Medicine Visiting Student Scholarship Program.

Our outpatient resident clinic, a part of Rhode Island Hospital, serves a globally diverse patient population, and the pathology we treat in our clinic is equally diverse and rich in opportunities for learning.  We provide 24 hour eye emergency coverage for the Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital emergency departments, one of the busiest ERs in the United States. The breadth of experiences, from primary eye care to tertiary level sub-specialty ophthalmologic care, is an invaluable asset for our trainees.

We are a small department (currently 9 attendings, 10 residents), which prides itself on our collaborative approach to patient care, and our culture of respect. Participants will interact closely with ophthalmology residents and faculty. Students will rotate through various subspecialties and settings. They will have the opportunity to shadow practicing ophthalmologists and see patients in the resident clinic, the faculty practice offices, the operating room, the emergency room, and inpatient hospital wards.

For information on our Ophthalmology Residency Program, visit https://www.brown.edu/academics/medical/about/departments/surgery/ophthalmology/residency.

Ethnic and Socioeconomic Diversity in Rhode Island

Providence is a “minority majority” city due to its diverse population with 38% of the population Hispanic/Latino, 16% Black/African-American, 6.4% Asian and 1.4% Native American/Alaskan Native. Providence is also an active refugee resettlement site, serving as a new home to refugees from all over the world.

Rhode Island Hospital is located in a federally designated Health Professions Shortage Area (HPSA) with a high concentration of people with low incomes and poverty. Caring for the underserved populations of our state is among the core elements of the mission of Lifespan, the non-profit healthcare partnership founded by leaders of Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals.

Available Visiting Elective:

Ophtho 4070: Ophthalmology (RIH site only)

General Description: The goal of this elective is to provide students a foundation in orthopedic surgery. The student will participate in the daily activities of the orthopedic surgery service as well as the orthopedic consultative service, with emphasis on inpatient care with outpatient exposure as well. Students will improve their clinical exam of orthopedic conditions and learn to interpret diagnostic imaging including plain radiographs, Ultrasound, CT, and MRI.

Learning Objectives: At the end of the rotation, the student should be able to: 1. Take a history and perform an appropriate physical examination of the musculoskeletal system. 2. Demonstrate familiarity with radiographic interpretation as well as advanced imaging studies. 3. Communicate effectively with patients, family members, and the entire health care team regarding the history, physical examination and imaging studies. Each division will provide a specific curriculum including references materials to guide and familiarize the student.

Learning Opportunities: The student will participate in the evaluation of orthopedic surgery inpatients as well as orthopedic consultations and present the case to an orthopedic surgery resident and attending who will review all the clinical data and the formulation with the student, who will then write the consultation note. The student will participate in orthopedic surgery rounds and is encouraged to read selected orthopedic references for general background. The student may see patients in the outpatient setting and learn evaluation and management skills.

Feedback: Feedback will be provided ongoing by residents, fellows, and attendings and at a point in the middle of the month-long rotation. Specific feedback from divisions in which the student rotated will also be provided. Feedback will also be given at the end of the course with a formal meeting with the course director. 

Assessment Methods: Students will be assessed through direct observation of clinical skills and case presentations and review of consultation notes by the orthopedic faculty, fellows, and residents. In addition, students will deliver a PowerPoint presentation during the rotation based on an interesting case in which they have participated during the month. Every resident, fellow and attending who interacts with the student has an opportunity to assess the student and these assessments are compiled and reviewed by the course directors.

Grading Criteria The final grade [Honors, Pass, Fail] will be given by the course director after compiling the clinical team's assessment of the sub-intern's clinical proficiency, educational development, and end of rotation case power-point presentation.

The Department of Orthopedics encourages students to speak confidentially with any concerns or questions during or after the rotation is completed with Dr. Patricia Solga who is the program’s ombudswoman.

 

Available Visiting Electives

Ortho-3960 - Sub-internship in Orthopedics

Pathology is a dynamic discipline which integrates the methods and discoveries of basic science with the complexity of clinical medicine to generate accurate diagnoses and actionable information for patient management. Pathology is at the interface between the remarkable advances in genomics, bioinformatics, and high throughput biomarker analyses, and therefore is the driving discipline behind current efforts targeting personalized medicine.

The Department of Pathology at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University has a tri-fold mission of clinical care, education and research with the academic hub at the Alpert Medical School with the basic science division and undergraduate medical education. It closely collaborates with the affiliated Healthcare systems in clinical training and translational research dispersed between Lifespan (Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital), Care New England (Woman and Infants Hospital), as well as, the Rhode Island Blood Center and the Office of the Medical Examiner at the Rhode Island Department of Health.  

Between these outstanding clinical facilities all the major disciplines of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, with approximately 100 faculty, are met. Expert consultation and training is available in all areas including: autopsy/forensic, breast, clinical chemistry, cytology, dermatopathology, gastrointestinal/hepatobiliary, general surgical pathology, genitourinary, gynecologic, hematopathology, informatics, microbiology, molecular, neuropathology, pediatric/perinatal, renal, soft tissue, thoracic, transfusion medicine and translational research. The scope of these activities includes:

In anatomic pathology across the facilities there are approximately 70,000 surgical cases (Lifespan 36,000/Care New England 33,000), 78,000 cytology cases [Gyn 72,000/non-Gyn 6,000 across Lifespan (26,000) and Care New England (52,000)], 1200 hematopathology cases and 1,115 autopsies [Lifespan (medical)-191, Care New England (perinatal)-125, and Medical examiner (forensic)- 674].

In the clinical pathology divisions across the facilities there are approximately  12 million combined laboratory tests performed annually across clinical chemistry with 9 – million including a fully automated robotic line, hematology - 1.2 million and microbiology-500,000.

The rapidly expanding division of molecular pathology at Lifespan provides consultative services for Oncology, Genetics and infectious diseases performing approximately 5,800 tests annually.

The transfusion medicine service performs approximately 37,000 compatibility tests, 850 antibody panels and issues approximately 18,000 RBCs, 3,000 platelet concentrates, 2,500 units of plasma and 450 units of pooled cryoprecipitate, in addition to providing a busy therapeutic apheresis service (280) for hematologic, renal, neurologic and rheumatologic conditions. 

This clerkship is designed for the student who is seeking an introduction to both the practice and the academic aspects of pathology and laboratory medicine helping them gain a better appreciation of the role of the pathologist plays in the diagnosis and management of both medical and surgical disease. The rotation would be benefit both for students interested in a potential career in pathology as well as those interested in other areas of medicine helping them gain insights into the pathophysiological and molecular disease process in their area of interest.

This clerkship is a 4 week elective that will expose 3rd and 4th year medical students to academic leaders in pathology and can be tailored to areas of specific interest for the student amongst the various disciplines listed above. The students will work closely with both faculty and trainees participating in daily sign-out and tutorial sessions as well as attending department-wide academic conferences. A half hour to forty five minute case presentation will be presented by the student at the end of the rotation to emphasize the growth and understanding gained over the rotation.

Pathology Residency Program

Available Elective

Path 6110: Applied Pathology

The Department of Pediatrics is committed to fostering an inclusive, supportive educational environment for our trainees. Our institutions are committed to advancing diversity and inclusion within the healthcare field by supporting our faculty and housestaff and training them to provide care for the specific needs of these community groups. We believe social responsibility,  community engagement, research and activism are all powerful tools to help further children’s health and are proud to teach them to our residents. 

Applicants selected to participate in the diversity visiting scholarship program will have the opportunity to complete an elective at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, the pediatric division of Rhode Island Hospital. Hasbro Children’s Hospital is the premier pediatric facility for clinical care, research, and education for southeastern New England. The 87-bed not-for-profit hospital offers a broad array of pediatric services and programs, and it is at the forefront of minimally invasive pediatric surgical care for congenital and acquired children’s diseases. Hasbro Children’s has the only pediatric emergency department, Level 1 trauma center, Center for Pediatric Imaging and Sedation, and pediatric critical care team in Hasbro Children’s Hospital southeastern New England, as well as the only ambulance that operates 24 hours a day, every day. 

Our program offers the following opportunities:

Hasbro Children's Hospital is located in a federally designated Health Professions Shortage Area (HPSA) with a high concentration of people with low incomes and poverty. Caring for the underserved populations of our state is among the core elements of the mission of Lifespan, the non-profit healthcare partnership founded by leaders of Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals.

Available Visiting Electives

Peds 4570-Pediatric Infectious Disease

IM 3165- Med/Peds Infectious Diseases

Peds 4630-Subinternship in Pediatrics

Peds 4640-Subinternship in Pediatric Critical Care

Peds 4680-Subinternship in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Available Blocks

Application deadline is 8 weeks prior to the elective start date.

2021-2022 Elective Calendar

The Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Brown Psychiatry Residency Program is pleased to support the Diversity Visiting Student Scholarship Program

The Department of Psychiatry is committed to fostering an inclusive, supportive educational environment for our trainees. Our institutions are committed to advancing diversity and inclusion within the healthcare field by supporting our faculty and housestaff and training them to provide care for the specific needs of these community groups. We believe social responsibility,  community engagement, research and activism are necessary ingredients for training future physicians and psychiatrists.

Applicants selected to participate in the diversity visiting scholarship program will have the opportunity to complete an elective at Butler Hospital the principal psychiatric teaching hospital of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Rhode Island’s only non-profit, free-standing psychiatric hospital, Butler Hospital provides specialized assessment and treatment for all major psychiatric illnesses. 

Located on a beautiful and historic 110-acre campus on the east side of Providence, Butler Hospital provides a full array of clinical services in emergency, inpatient, partial hospital, intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient levels of care.  The Brown Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior has a long record of outstanding research, training, and clinical excellence.  With more than 130 full time academic faculty and $60 million per year in externally sponsored research, a wealth of opportunities is available through our cutting edge programs in clinical, basic and translational research. 

Our program offers the following opportunities:

  • Funding up to $2000 for travel and/or housing expenses 
     
  • Pairing with faculty member who will serve as a mentor and advisor
     
  • Pairing with a resident who will introduce students our diverse residents and community 
     
  • Participation in departmental meetings & conferences including morning report (Thursday 7:45am), attending rounds (Tuesdays 7:45am) and grand rounds (First Wednesday of the month at 11am, September-June)
     
  • Meetings with the residency program director and associate program director

Available Visiting Electives

Psychiatry: Psy-5110 - Sub-internship in Psychiatry

Available Blocks

Application deadline is 8 weeks prior to the elective start date.

2021-2022 Elective Calendar.pdf

This program is an opportunity for qualified underrepresented (URM*) students to participate in clinical electives in the Department of Surgery at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Participants will interact with residents and faculty and will receive mentorship from the members of the Brown Minority Housestaff Association (BMHA).  Funding for this rotation is $2,000 for travel and/or housing expenses 

Rhode Island Hospital is the premier facility for clinical care, research, and education for southeastern New England. The 720-bed not-for-profit hospital offers a broad array of surgical services and is a high capacity Level 1 Trauma Center. The surgical department at Rhode Island Hospital performs over 21,000 surgeries per year and includes approximately 50 faculty members in subspecialties including: pediatric, hepatobiliary, oncologic, thoracic, colorectal, transplant, minimally invasive, vascular and trauma surgery. The department trains 50+ residents with over 50% women in training. The residency program offers 2 years of basic science research in several premier collaborative laboratories on site as well as Visiting Rotation for eligible residents to Tenwek Hospital in Bomet, Kenya.

General Surgery Residency Program 

Available Electives

Surg-4250 Trauma Service 

Surg-3940 Subinternship in Surgical Intensive Care (SICU)

Surgery 1 (Complex General Surgery, Thoracic)

Surgery 3 (Surgical Oncology)