About the Harvard Urology Residency Program

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Program in Urology is a rigorous five-year training program. Our mission is to train leaders in innovative science, compassionate patient care, and surgical education. The program is dedicated to serving the needs of our local, national, and global communities. Our residency program accepts three residents annually. We are structured as a 5-year program, with 6 months of General Surgery training provided during the PGY-1 (intern) year. The program is ACGME-approved and fulfills the criteria for the American Board of Urology Qualifying Examination (Part 1).

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Contact Information

Logan Snelling
Urology Program Manager
(617) 732-5348 / lnsnelling@bwh.harvard.edu

Brigham and Women's Hospital
Department of Urology
45 Francis Street
ABS II – 2
Boston, MA 02115

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