Obstetrics & Gynecology
Rochester General Hospital
Welcome to the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program at Rochester General Hospital
Thank you for your interest in the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program at Rochester General Hospital. Rochester General Hospital is a teaching hospital and a member hospital of Rochester Regional Health. Our system consists of five hospitals covering a 14-county area in New York State with seamless integrated healthcare and the highest level of care for newborns, pregnant women, and women with gynecologic cancers or other health issues needing care in Women’s Health…
Residency Program Director
Weekly Didactics Schedule
Animal Lab /Simulation Lab/Hands-on Surgical Training
Perinatology, Antenatal Testing and High Risk Obstetrics
Our Gyn operating room is equipped with the state of the art daVinci Robotic system and has been one of the leading hospitals in the nation regarding the number robotic surgeries done. Working together with our expert surgeons, our residents leave the program with excellent hands on training in robotic surgery.
Obstetrical Inpatient Facilities
The philosophy of the inpatient unit is a Mother-Baby Care Unit, in which mothers and their infants are encouraged to share the same hospital room. Rochester General Hospital’s Birthing Center received special recognition beginning in 2000 with its designation from the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund as the first “Baby-Friendly” hospital in New York State. In this environment, residents are encouraged and taught to promote and support breast-feeding mothers.
Pediatrics and Neonatology
The Women's Center (TWC)
The Women’s Center is where each resident follows a group of patients in a private practice setting throughout the duration of their residency. Residents see patients in their office session one half day every week during the four years of the program. An OB/GYN attending physician is present at each of the continuity practice sessions to consult with and supervise residents on a variety of clinical situations. This continuity model provides a valuable opportunity for residents to become familiar with the practical aspects of managing patients in ambulatory settings.
HOW TO APPLY
- Graduates of medical schools in the United States and Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee in Medical Education (LCME).
- Graduates of colleges of osteopathic medicine in the United States accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
- Graduates of medical schools outside of the United States and Canada must have a valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates prior to the residency program start date.
Our application requirements include:
- Applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
- Applicant must participate in the National Residency Matching Process (NRMP)
- The application must be complete and available to the OB/GYN Department by the deadline of November 30th.
For more information on criteria and application requirements, please visit the ERAS website. Due to the number of inquiries we receive, we are unable to review any applicant information that is not submitted through ERAS.
Criteria and Requirements
- USMLE scores are an important consideration; applicants with scores of at least 220 minimum for Step 1 and 2CK are given preference and must be passed on the first attempt. Step 3 is not required for an interview but must be passed before the end of the first year of residency. For DO students, COMLEX 1 & 2 are accepted with a minimum score of 520 on COMLEX 1.
- There is no cut-off number for the maximum number of years since graduation from medical school, but applicants who have received postgraduate training or have been clinically active since medical school graduates will be given preference.
- If you graduated from a non-LCME-accredited medical school located in one country but completed one or more clinical clerkships in a different country, those clerkships must be certified under New York State Education Law. This information is not collected by the Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS). For each hospital in which you have completed such a clerkship, the Director of Medical Education or Department Chair must certify your completion of the clerkships.
* The hospital sponsors J1 and H-1B Visas. In the event that we are unable to secure an H1b visa, applicants must be willing to accept a J1 visa
Benefits & Compensation
Salaries are paid on a bi-weekly basis. The salaries for the 2020-2021 academic year will be:
Professional Liability Insurance
Term Life Insurance
Plan for Short-term Disability
Rochester General Hospital
1425 Portland Avenue, Box 249
Rochester, NY 14621
Toll Free: 866.733.4338
Eugene P. Toy, MD
Chief, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Director, GYN Oncology Services
Peter Mroz, MD
Director, OBGYN Residency Program
Residency Program Coordinator