We appreciate the value of honest, productive, evaluations which help improve our skills and expertise. On a quarterly basis, residents receive comprehensive feedback — including observations from peers, medical students, nurses, faculty, and patients. Residents also meet with the program director at least twice a year. Conversely, residents are also given the opportunity to evaluate the program and faculty.
Once a year, the residents take the CREOG examination, a comprehensive written examination in obstetrics and gynecology.
During the first year of residency, each resident identifies a faculty member as their advisor. They meet formally twice each year and informally as needed. It is a chance for the resident to develop a personal relationship with an experienced physician to discuss professional goals and individual issues.