• Our Program

    • Categorical - NRMP #1442440C0 - 3 positions
    • Preliminary-NRMP #1442440P0 - 1 position at PGY 1 level
    • Nonpyramidal program
    • RRC approved, 2014 -- self study visit 2024
    • 4 mo. rotation to Strong Memorial Hospital during PGY-3 year to gain experience in transplantation and pediatric surgery
    • Residents completing the program log approximately 1,000 operative cases
    • Call every fourth night. NYS DOH and ACGME compliant
    • 50% of graduates enter surgical practice, the remaining 50% complete fellowships
    • Specialties include General Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Surgical Oncology, Pediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Cardiac Surgery and Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
    • For residents planning a career in rural areas, electives exist for increased experience in surgical subspecialties. One month electives in the PGY 1, PGY 2, PGY 3, and PGY 4 year
    • Formal weekly conferences include; Surgical Grand Rounds, Surgical Quality Conference, Clinical Case Presentation Conference, Trauma Rounds, Gold Rounds, Subspecialty Conference
    • Protected conference time
    • Surgical skills lab with FLS Box trainers, Virtual Laparoscopy trainers, and SimMan for team training
    • Educational/Academic Support - ATLS, ACLS, Scientific American Surgery, Evidence Based Medicine Journal Club, ABSITE and Mock Oral Board Exam, Educational Travel Allowance, FLS, FES
    • Inpatient Surgical Service consists of approximately 40-50 adult beds
    • Patients are assigned to a team of residents working with a group of attendings
    • All patients are teaching patients with direct housestaff involvement and responsibility
    • Ward rounds supervised by Chief Residents are held each morning
    • Outpatients are seen in the Surgical Clinic by residents and attendings together. One day per week in surgical clinic
    • All applications for General Surgery must be submitted through ERAS
    • Cardiac Rehabilitation

      After cardiac rehab, Gary Tucker is back to the things he needs and likes to do, including home maintenance and caring for his garden, and he’s looking forward to camping next year with his wife, Kathy. Read his story:

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    • Care from the Heart

      Given a second chance thanks to cardiologists at Bassett, Helen is back to her busy life with her puppy, chickens, and being involved in her church. Read Helen's story about how Bassett cardiologists got her back to what's important.

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