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Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program

The Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency Program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is designed to provide comprehensive, integrated training including core general surgery, vascular surgery, and endovascular surgery over the course of a five-year clinical program. Consistent with our tradition of training leaders in academic vascular surgery, trainees will have 1-2 years of academic development time between the third and fourth clinical years, which can be spent conducting research or pursuing an advanced degree.

Clinical training includes a total of 24 months spent on core surgical rotations, and 36 months of experiences concentrated on vascular surgery, obtained at four integrated sites that provide broad exposure to diverse patient populations and varied healthcare systems. The integrated residency program complements our long-standing “5+2” fellowship program in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, the first recognized vascular surgery program in the United States. The program accepts one candidate per year directly following medical school.

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2017 Graduating Fellow’s Operative Experience

— Broad open and endovascular experience; high complexity

— Independent clinical research project

2017 Graduating Fellow S Operative Experience