Lahey Hospital and Medical Center’s Urology Residency Program is a 5-year training program that accepts 3 residents per year. The hospital is located in Burlington, approximately 17 miles northwest of Boston, Massachusetts. Our residents rotate at hospitals that accommodate outpatient clinics and operating rooms under one roof, allowing trainees to participate in outpatient evaluation, operative procedures, post-operative care and hospital follow-up.

The newly renovated emergency room, with more than 40,000 annual visits, serves the local community as well as a wide tertiary referral base ensuring a broad range of cases. With over 23 faculty on staff, residents receive excellent training in a variety of surgical procedures. Our alumni have gone on to competitive careers in academia as well as private practice.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Our Mission

At Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Division of Urology, we prioritize a safe, inclusive and transparent clinical and educational environment. We foster collaborative engagement to improve patient care and medical knowledge and to continue our path of DEI throughout our workspace.

We understand the importance of creating a workforce that mirrors the diversity in our communities and advances inclusion and health care equity. Our division is committed to develop diversity, equity and inclusion in our faculty and our program to bring high quality care to our patients.

We believe that providing the best care for the people we serve begins by best supporting the people who provide that care. Our commitment to DEI in our division is tied to our mission of providing the best possible education to traditionally underserved communities, and to right the health care injustices and inequities that still persist.