Plastic Surgery Residency

The Plastic Surgery Training Program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC) accepts 2 applicants per year into an integrated 6- year program. The first 18 months are comprised of a diverse collection of rotations centered on understanding General Surgery and surgical subspecialties, while the final years are dedicated to clinical training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Requirements for residency include the completion of a significant research project for presentation at the national meeting and participation in the annual resident research day. Participation in both basic science and clinical research is encouraged throughout the 6 years of training and many opportunities exist to this end.

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