Residency Prospectus 2020-2021

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Welcome to Duke Obstetrics and Gynecology! The Department has a long history of excellence in women’s healthcare. Duke Ob/Gyn is renowned for exceptional training opportunities for the future leaders in obstetrics, gynecology and women’s health through compassionate cutting-edge care, world-class research and innovation.

Duke University Medical Center is consistently rated one of the top health systems in America. The Duke Ob/Gyn faculty has earned national and international recognition for excellence in patient care, teaching and research in women’s reproductive health.

The residency curriculum at Duke is a four year program that includes clinical and surgical training in four subspecialty areas.

Duke offers unique opportunities to engage in global health and community service, as well as world-class research in women’s health. Residents are also encouraged to become involved in advocacy on a local, state and national level.

RESIDENCY PROSPECTUS

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September 29th  at 7 p.m. (Eastern Time) bit.ly/dukeobgyn-Sept29

October 8th at 7 p.m. (Eastern Time)  bit.ly/dukeobgynOct8

 

ALUMNI - WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

Duke Ob/Gyn is proud to provide information about our recent alumni (2000-2020). Click here for the interactive map.

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