Urology Residency Program

Wake Forest Baptist Urology Residency Program

Thank you for seeking information on the Urology Residency Program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Our urology program consists of 6 years of training (1 year of research, 1 year of surgery rotations, and 4 years of urology rotations), which provides a broad experience in clinical urology.

The following sections of our web site provide more information on the AUA Residency Matching Program for Urology (matching number 00923374).
Objectives
Year 1 - Year 6 Rotations
Educational Goals
Current Residents
Quotes from our Residents

Our applicant pool is large and with a wide national geographic representation. Students who are seriously interested in pursuing a residency slot at Wake Forest Baptist are encouraged to apply for a rotation in our urology service. These two- to four-week rotations allow for active participation in urologic diagnostic evaluation, surgery, and departmental conferences. For more details, visit Medical Student Rotations.

Candidates must apply to the Urology Residency program using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). In order to be complete, your application packet must include your ERAS common application form, personal statement, three letters of recommendation, USMLE and your medical school transcript.

Please select the Categorical program tract. The deadline for submission of applications is Sept. 30, 2014. Applications will be screened in September and October. Interviews will be scheduled in October and November. If you have any questions concerning our Residency Program or the application process, please call 336-716-9601 and ask for Brooke McChesney (bmcchesn@wakehealth.edu).

 

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Urology Residency Program
Contact
Brooke McChesney

336-716-9601

Email
bmcchesn@wakehealth.edu

Address:
Brooke McChesney
Dept. of Urology
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Medical Center Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
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