Pediatric General Surgery Fellowship
The Pediatric General Surgical Fellowship is one of the original training programs in pediatric surgery, taking two years to complete. We accept one Fellow a year. In the first year the Fellow serves as Assistant Chief Surgical Resident, working with the Chief Surgical Resident (second-year Fellow) in three capacities: patient care of all patients on the general and thoracic surgical service, as a major participant in the education of surgical residents and medical students rotating on the pediatric surgical service, and in an administrative capacity.
- Doctorate of Medicine
- Completion of Chief Residency in an approved general surgery residence
- Eligibility to take qualifying examination in General Surgery
- Passes American Board of Surgery In-training Examination
- Advanced Trauma Life Support Certification
- Current Washington State Physician’s license
The UW Department of Surgery participates in the National Resident Matching Program.
For more information and to apply:
See the Seattle Children’s Hospital webpage about the Pediatric Surgery Fellowship.
For more information, please contact the General Surgery Fellowship Program Manager listed in the Fellowship sidebar on the right side of this page.