Goals And Objectives

UIC/MGH Residency Program consists of 14 surgical rotations arranged in six hospitals.

Last Updated 9/25/2015

UICMGH Goals and Objectives overview

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

AIMMC General Surgery (Service A 2016-2017)
AIMMC General Surgery (Service B 2016-2017)
AIMMC Trauma (2016-2017)

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Colorectal Surgery (2016-2017)
General Surgery (Service A 2016-2017
General Surgery (Service B 2016-2017
Vascular (2016-2017)
Trauma (2016-2017)
Pediatrics (2016-2017)

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center

General Surgery, Breast, Cardio-Thoracic/Vascular, Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery (2016_2017)

St. Francis Hospital of Evanston

General (Geriatric-focused) Surgery, Vascular Surgery, and Surgical Endoscopy (2016-2017)
Anesthesia (2016-2017)

University of Illinois Medical Center

Transplant Surgery (2016-2017)

SCORE Modules by Rotation

Each of these rotations has specific goals and objectives expected of each post-graduate year of residency assigned to that rotation. At the beginning of each rotation, the resident is expected to download this information from the MGH website and follow it. Each resident will be evaluated at the end of this rotation based on the goals and objectives listed for that rotation. Residents are encouraged to obtain mid-clerkship feedback from the faculty and exit interviews at the end of each rotation.