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Cleveland Clinic Florida - Categorical General Surgery Preliminary PGY-4 Resident Position

April 1, 2019

Cleveland Clinic Florida has an opening for a PGY4 general surgery resident beginning July 1, 2019. Cleveland Clinic Florida is world-renowned for providing high-quality, collaborative, and compassionate care. Our 200+ salaried physicians in the hospital and clinic have expertise in more than 50 specialties and pool their wisdom and expertise to work as a team to provide collaborative, patient-centered care and educate skilled, safe surgeons-in-training.

Graduating residents consistently obtain fellowships in their chosen specialties

(see our website at https://my.clevelandclinic.org/florida/medical-professionals/education/graduate-medical-education/general-surgery-residency#alumni-tab for a current listing).

Our new multimillion dollar Harry T. Mangurian Simulation Center has a daVinci robotic surgery simulator, a Bronch/GI Mentor and a variety of laparoscopic surgery simulators. Cleveland Clinic Florida has been recognized by many independent organizations for the quality of care we provide and we are ranked No. 25 in the nation for Gastroenterology and GI surgery. Applicants must have completed their PGY1 through PGY3 training in an ACGME accredited program to be considered and must be in good standing in their current program.



Eligible applicants should submit the following documents: CV with Letter of Intent/Personal Statement, 3 letters of recommendation (one must be from your current Program Director), a medical school transcript and diploma, a current Defined Category and Minimum Case Log Report, transcript of rotations completed, USMLE scores and a current milestone report




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