This is Baylor College of Medicine's flagship hospital, and is home to a unique hybrid of both academic faculty members and volunteer private practice clinical faculty which provides a rich diversity for our residents. BSLMC includes an immersive exposure into endoscopic, microscopic, open, laparoscopic, single-site, and robotic surgery. There is generous exposure to less common sub-specialties such as infertility, prosthetics, female reconstructive surgeries, transplant urology and single site laparoscopic donor nephrectomies. Thanks to an exceptionally large volume of laparoscopic and robotic cases, this site is the headquarters for the PGY-3 minimally invasive surgery (MIS) rotation, where junior residents gain early exposure and graduated autonomy in this sub-specialty. There are opportunities for both one-to-one faculty-to-resident mentorship as well as resident-to-resident operative teaching. Learn more about Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center.