Applicants will be seeking appointment for the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Residency Program in Urology following one year of pre-urology general surgery training at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center.
Applicants should register with the American Urological Association Match Program online, by telephone at 1-800-282-7077 or 713-622-2700, or by fax at 713-622-2898.
We only accept applications through the ERAS electronic application submittal system.
Applicants will be selected for interviews after a thorough review of their complete applications. Three residents per year are selected from a large applicant pool through the urology match. A complete application includes the following:
- ERAS electronic application form
- Curriculum vitae with statement of personal goals, interests, and accomplishments;
- Dean's letter;
- Three letters of recommendation;
- Medical school transcript; and
- USMLE Step 1
Interviews for selected applicants will be arranged and confirmed on dates in October through December. During these half-day interviews, candidates will attend an introductory group meeting, interview with members of the Department of Urology, and have an opportunity to tour Lahey Hospital & Medical Center with the urology resident staff.
After the urology match in January, residency candidates will be matched through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) for the pre-urology training in General Surgery under the preliminary program match number at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in March.
Questions regarding the program or interviews should be directed to:
Residency Program Coordinator
Department of Urology
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center
41 Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01805
The sub-internship program at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center is designed to give medical students who are interested in matching in urology exposure to our program. We welcome medical students from all institutions. The rotation provides a rich educational exposure to both general and subspecialty urology. The sub-interns function as members of the surgical team.
Sub-interns spend four weeks at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center. Students will rotate through all urologic services gaining experience in all aspects of urology, including Oncology, MIS (minimally-invasive surgery), Endourology, Urethral reconstruction, Incontinence and Andrology in both in the outpatient clinic as well as the operating room. Sub-interns are expected to give a presentation in an area of urology of their choice near the end of their rotation. There is no overnight call, however the students may stay late to help manage patients or participate in the sign-out process.
Due to high demand, the sub-internship application for visiting students is a competitive process. Applications should be submitted to the Visiting Student Program at Tufts University School of Medicine and must include:
- Application form
- Curriculum vitea
- Immunization records
- Medical school transcripts
- Cover letter describing interest in our program
The Residency Program Director (Dr. Karim Hamawy) will review all applications and make final decisions regarding acceptance to the program. Preference dates for a urology sub-internship are not guaranteed. Questions regarding the sub-internship can be directed to the Program Coordinator, Joanne Messina (781-744-7409) or email@example.com.