The program offers the full breadth
of experience in operative otolaryngology.
In 2012, our graduates completed with an average of
2,000 cases as surgeon. The cases were broadly distributed
into general, head and neck, sinus, pediatric, laryngology,
endoscopy, otology, cosmetic, endocrine, and trauma/reconstructive.
Each of the sites of practice encourages varied and
focused experiences for each resident. Utilization
of fellows in facial plastics, pediatrics, head and
neck and laryngology augments the residency training
experience by encouraging more active participation
in subspecialty cases.