The Division of General Surgery offers the General Surgery Residency and the Surgical Critical Care Residency.
The General Surgery Residency provides basic surgical training to preliminary residents in the subspecialties of neurosurgery, otolaryngology, urology, and plastic surgery. Residents are exposed to an extraordinarily broad range of clinical opportunities during their rotations.
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The Surgical Critical Care Residency provides residents with a broad-based education in all phases of surgical critical care, research, and intensive care unit (ICU) management. This is accomplished through the treatment of a substantial patient population, the facilities of the Texas Medical Center, a diverse faculty, and the availability of unique research experiences at Baylor College of Medicine.
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