The overall goal of the Vascular Surgery training program at Cooper University Health Care is to provide a foundation for graduates of the program to develop into expert clinicians that are proficient in all aspects of the diagnosis, management, and treatment of vascular disease.
The Cooper Medical School of Rowan University Program in Urology is structured as a five-year program, including one year in General Surgery, leading to eligibility for certification by the American Board of Urology.
The four-year Psychiatry Residency Program at Cooper University Hospital prepares physicians for excellence in the practice of clinical psychiatry.
The podiatric residency program at Cooper University Hospital is designed as a Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency with Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery program.
The Plastic Surgery Residency Program is approved for three years of residency training at Cooper University Hospital. Over the course of the three years of training, a resident can expect to be involved in all aspects of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The Cooper pediatrics residency is a program that focuses on resident-directed education and lifelong learning.
Residents are exposed to normal obstetrics at Cooper University Hospital. Resident experience on the obstetric and night float rotations involves evaluation and management of all patients presenting to Labor and Delivery. Their exposure includes, but is not limited to, triage, labor and delivery, and postpartum. There were 2,218 deliveries and approximately 3,504 triage visits last year at Cooper Hospital.
Our residency provides exceptional experiential learning in a wide variety of clinical environments where our residents apply evidence-based medicine under the tutelage of world-renowned faculty. We pride ourselves on not only on creating knowledgeable physicians, but also on instructing our residents on how to think and act as professionals.
Our residency in general surgery is a categorical track for medical school graduates wishing to achieve eligibility for the American Board of Surgery examination in the specialty of general surgery.