In partnership with Jackson Memorial Hospital, the program offers 36 categorical positions (nine at each level) as part of its fully accredited four-year residency program. The department values diversity and prides itself in selecting physicians from different social, ethnic, geographic and academic backgrounds. Aside from providing residents with comprehensive training in the discipline of obstetrics and gynecology, the department aims to engage residents in a lifelong commitment to the promotion of women’s health care. Our graduates understand the medical, social, economic and cultural contexts of patient care and are poised to be leaders in general and subspecialty practices.
Through lectures, small group conferences, simulation, individual instruction, bedside teaching, operative experience, independent reading, and direct patient care, residents will acquire knowledge and skills in:
- Gynecologic Oncology
- Maternal Fetal Medicine
- Primary and Ambulatory Care
- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI)
- Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Family Planning
- Quality Improvement
The residents are also provided with focused teaching and training in minimally invasive gynecology. Residents complete the online and in-person robotic training and assist with cases at bedside and at the console. Dedicated time for laparoscopy is created for junior residents and they get experience with adnexal surgery and hysterectomies throughout all four years.
To satisfy program requirements, residents must complete:
- 72 weeks of training in gynecology
- 24 weeks of training in gynecologic oncology
- 12 weeks of training in maternal-fetal medicine
- 72 weeks of training in obstetrics
- 6 weeks of training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility
- 6 weeks of training in reproductive health
- 6 weeks of training in ultrasound
- 6 weeks of training in urogynecology
- 6 weeks of training in emergency medicine
- 4 weeks of elective experience
- Continuity clinics throughout all four years of training
- A research project will be presented in the fourth year of training at the annual resident research conference.
- A Quality Improvement Project is required for graduation from each resident.
Application and Interview Process
The ideal resident for this program is compassionate, well-rounded and has a strong interest in serving in the multiethnic, multilingual, dynamic South Florida community. They are hard working, have a dedication to an underserved patient population, and an articulated interest in our unique patient population.
The department uses the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) to process applications and participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). The deadline to apply is November 1.
The deadline to apply is November 1.
If applicants are chosen for an interview, they can expect to be notified sometime between October and December.
Residency Program Contacts
Carlos A. Medina, M.D.
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the Division of Urogynecology
Executive Vice Chair, Director of Medical Education
1611 NW 12th Ave.
Holtz Children’s Hospital, Suite 4070
Miami, FL 33136
For more information, please see our residency program website at: