Welcome to the General Surgery Residency Program
We are a diverse and clinically busy department.
Our residency program focuses on a strong clinical experience with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine. VCU Health is a regional leader in surgical care, and the backbone of this care is our faculty and residents. Our faculty are excited to mentor and train our residents. We have a robust didactic curriculum, featuring protected time on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for resident-led didactics, resident case conferences, and Grand Rounds. Faculty moderators are also present. Continuing this academic year is a Thursday evening Chief Resident-led review focusing on in-service and board exam training. During their time, residents also participate in a well-developed simulation curriculum at the School of Medicine Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety. In addition, residents have the option to spend one or two years in a research lab while here. Our focus is to develop our residents into competent and confident surgeons and position them to achieve their professional goals. Included on this website is information about our current residents and alumni and post-residency positions.
Our Commitment to Resident Diversity
VCU School of Medicine
VCU Graduate Medical Education is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion as a part of its core mission. We believe investing in diversity promotes institutional excellence. Our efforts focus on engaging patients, trainees, and employees and inspiring a culture that is deliberate in its adoption of the principles of diversity and inclusion. We aim for equity in medical education, patient care, research, and teaching. Our goal is to build upon our experience and make inclusion a norm that is practiced at every level.
- VCU Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- OUTlist (An online directory of LGBTQIA+ students, faculty and staff at the VCU School of Medicine)
Current Residents: General Surgery Resident Poster 2022-2023
Residency Program Coordinator