Vascular Surgery Fellowship


Westchester Medical Center
Date Posted: January 20, 2022

The Department of Surgery at Westchester Medical Center is recruiting for a Vascular Surgery Fellow for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Program is an Independent program (2 years) which will require applicants to successfully complete their core residency training in an ACGME/CanMeds/ACGME-I accredited General Surgery Residency Program prior to August 1, 2022. Westchester Medical Center is an American College of Surgeons (ACS) and New York State designated Level I Trauma Center, serving the entire Hudson Valley (north of the Bronx, up to Albany, New York) with over 50 ICU beds, a Telehealth Center, and 24/hour e-ICU coverage of all ICU beds. As the only ACS Level I Trauma Center in the Hudson Valley Region of New York, we take care of patients with a high degree of complexity and acuity. As a fellow in our training program, you will be exposed to a wide variety of vascular pathology and will be trained in both open surgical and endovascular techniques. We are committed to training the best and most talented young vascular surgeons for an academic career in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. We are also committed to preparing our graduates for successful careers in future national and international leadership roles by providing a supportive educational environment that fosters the best in patient care and new innovative research. Each of our faculty is board-certified in Vascular Surgery and has years of experience in teaching and training medical students, house staff, and fellows.

How To Apply

Please email your complete application to our Program Coordinator, Oddett Foreman Please indicate in the subject line “Vascular Fellowship Application”. The documents listed below must be included in your email to be considered for review by our Program Director. The Program Coordinator will contact competitive applicants. Due to COVID, all interviews will be conducted via zoom. 1. Current CV 2. 3 Letters of Recommendation – including one from the Program Director of your General Surgery Program 3. Personal Statement 4. ABSITE Scores 5. USMLE Scores 6. Visa status, if applicable

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