The Department of Surgery at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston
Department of Surgery
Urology resident and faculty member

Prospective Residents

We strive to give the highest quality of medical care through patient services and education. Readers interested in our well rounded and challenging residency program can get information here.


Mission:

The mission of the integrated urology residency program at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School is the production of skilled urologists trained for urology in the future, rather than for urology as it is currently practiced. In order to produce excellent urologists, the program must incorporate clinical and basic research, and inculcate in the residents an appreciation for research, the scientific method, and the desire to question conventional wisdom. The resident scholar needs to question why we do things rather than concentrate on "how" we do things.

Teaching:

bedsideTeaching at UTHealth Medical School is done at the "bedside", or in a more formal setting. Both methods are useful, but there is no substitute for broad supervised clinical exposure, or bedside teaching. As a result of clinical teaching and exposure, the resident scholar is expected to gather appropriate information, collate and process data toward a working diagnosis, explain the pathophysiologic processes underlying the diagnosis, disease or injury, and formulate a treatment plan.

These basic skills in patient care must be mastered before surgical and other technical skills can be effectively utilized for the benefit of patients. It is the philosophy of the UTHealth program that the surgical operation is less important than the reason(s) why the operation is done, and knowledge about the disease the operation is intended to treat. Treatments change, disease processes do not.

Didactic teaching takes place in conferences at Memorial Hermann-TMC and MD Anderson in conjunction with resident and faculty personnel whose primary duty location is other than those 2 facilities. Residents and faculty are expected to attend.

Residency Experience:

Post-graduate Year 1 | Year 2 | Year 3 | Year 4 | Year 5

Resident Resources:

ACGME - Resident Operative Log Site

Library - Remote Access: TMC Library |  U.S. Natl. Library of Medicine

UT Medical School Residents
Free Books for Docs
Medic 8 Resources
Online Medical Diagnosis
Online Treatment Advisor
PDR Online

Maps/Driving Directions: LBJ Hospital | Christus St. Joseph Hospital

 

Division of Urology Secure Server:

The information listed below is on a secure server and can only be accessed by those in the following mail group:  MS-Urology_members@uth.tmc.edu

To access this site, please enter your UTHealth email user name and password when prompted.
If you have difficulty accessing the page, please go to:

https://apps.uth.tmc.edu/useradmin/faces/index.jsp

Call Schedule: July 2011 (PDF)

Resident Roster 2011 -2012

Goals and Objectives for Rotations July, 2006

Rotation Schedule 2011-2012 (PDF)

UT Profesional building

Urology Clinic

6410 Fannin Street, Suite 420
Houston, TX 77030
For an appointment or more information, please call:
832-325-7280
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Residency Coordinator:
Sylvia Inoa
713-500-7391