A new poll that ranks residency training programs, positions UCSF Urology fifth in the nation according to the online physician network Doximity. For this residency survey, member physicians were queried using US News & World Report’s methodology.
“This recognition is a testament to the dedication and quality of the faculty and leadership here at UCSF,” says program director and vice chair on education in the department of urology, Kirsten L Greene, MD FACS MS. “We are proud of our residents and their commitment to compassionate patient care and advancing the specialty of urology.”
Doximity ranked 3,691 residency programs across the country using selection criteria such as alumni; board pass rate; research; peer reviewed articles and grants.
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