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Einstein Medical Center's Division of Urology offers its residents a broad range of educational opportunities. With more than 80 beds dedicated to the surgical services and 26 attending surgeons actively involved in the teaching program, residents benefit from facilities and equipment that represent the latest advances in modern urology. More than 5,000 procedures are performed in the main operating room. Einstein Medical Center's broad scope of services including multidisciplinary cancer programs; open heart surgery program; kidney, liver and pancreas transplant programs; and our designation as a Level 1 Regional Trauma Center attract a large number of patients requiring both routine and unusual tertiary care. Within this environment, residents gain invaluable experience and master the many skills they will need to pursue careers in general urology or fellowship training.
Though residency in general urology is demanding, Einstein Medical Center creates an environment sensitive to the emotional and social needs of its house staff. The esprit de corps within the urology division supports a spirit of cooperation, professionalism and medicine practiced with compassion.
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia School of Radiologic Technology has developed a partnership agreement with Philadelphia University
Congratulations to senior students LeighAnn Sulzbach and Sarah Sliwinski for winning Third Place in the annual Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists’ 2012 Student Day TechnoBowl competition
With fierce determination and tremendous aptitude, the team of psychiatry residents from Einstein Medical Center was crowned national champions of Mind Games, a Jeopardy-style game held at the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) annual meeting.
Renowned Rehabilitation Facility MossRehab is Exclusive Site of U.S. Clinical Trials of ReWalk™ Philadelphia (June 30, 2009) - MossRehab, one of the nation's leading rehabilitation hospitals
New Procedure Leaves No Visible Scar