Dear Resident Applicant
Welcome to the web page for the University of South Florida
Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program! Here you will find information
about our residency program, our curriculum, the residency application process,
and living in Tampa Bay.
Who we are
Our program is a 4 year ACGME accredited residency in
general obstetrics and gynecology. We were recently approved for a total of 6
residents per year.
We are proud to be a part of the USF department of Ob-Gyn,
one of only a small number in the United States that also houses a fellowship
program in four of the ACGME
accredited subspecialties: female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, gynecologic oncology, maternal fetal
medicine, and reproductive endocrinology. This is an objective way that we can
show how dedicated our faculty are to education, and the ongoing scholarly
efforts in our department. Although we do not have a fellowship in the newly accredited subspecialty of Complex Family Planning, we are proud to be a Ryan Residency Program.
Our residents train at Tampa General Hospital, which was
recently named the #1 hospital in the state of Florida by US News and World
Report, and is the highest ranked hospital with an Ob-Gyn residency training
program on that list in the state. Tampa General Hospital is one of only three hospitals in the Tampa Bay area to receive international recognition as a Baby-Friendly® designated birth facility by Baby-Friendly USA, Inc and has earned the distinction of being No. 1 in the country on Forbes' America's Best Employers for Women list.
Our residents also rotate at Moffitt Cancer
Center located conveniently on the USF main campus, which is a nationally
renowned cancer center. We have a close relationship with our colleagues at
Planned Parenthood, and our residents rotate through their clinics during
select rotations. We also have two outpatient clinical sites, the TGH
Healthpark Genesis clinic where residents have their continuity clinics and the
USF South Tampa Center.
The best asset we have as a program is definitely the
residents that make up our USF Ob-Gyn family. They are intelligent, hard-working,
and care about each other and their patients. They deliver high quality care to
the women in this community and internationally, are active in research, and
are strong teachers in their own right to each other, our medical students and
other learners including the Physician’s Assistant Program students that rotate
through our units.
What we believe
We believe that it is our responsibility to train residents in the skills and concepts necessary to practice Obstetrics and Gynecology, provide respectful, equitable, high quality, evidence-based patient care, incorporate the skills of interprofessional collaboration and quality improvement, and work together to improve the health and quality of life of patients in the Tampa Bay area and beyond. We strive to do so in an environment that promotes scholarly activity, enhances interpersonal relationships, and celebrates diversity with a mindful eye toward resident, fellow and faculty wellness and resilience.
How we do it
Through a combination of inpatient and outpatient
experiences, protected didactic time, a rich curriculum including small group
and large group learning, journal clubs, a dedicated wellness curriculum, focus
on research including a designated mentoring program, exposure to the depth and
breadth of conditions and procedures that an excellent obstetrician and
gynecologist should be comfortable treating, all in the setting of a supportive
faculty in the beautiful backdrop of Tampa, Florida.
Who are we looking
You would be a great fit for our program if you are:
A strong team player
A good communicator
Uplifting and fun!
Please take a look through the other parts of our website,
and we hope you will consider submitting your application for a place in our
next residency class.
Stephanie T. Ros, MD MSCI
Assistant Professor, Maternal Fetal Medicine
Residency Program Director
Miriah Denbo, MD
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Associate Residency Program Director
Program Manager, Obstetrics and Gynecology