Why Residents and Fellows Choose Penn Medicine
Penn Ob/Gyn Care attracts resident and fellowship applicants from top-ranked universities throughout the world who are interested in careers in academic medicine. The "best of the best" come to Penn for their clinical training because:
- The Perelman School of Medicine's women's health program is ranked sixth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
- Penn's residency and fellowship training programs have an excellent reputation for providing a wide range of clinical experiences as well as exposure to research methodology and training.
- Residents and fellows participate in clinical and basic research studies and to present papers at national meetings.
- Penn Ob/Gyn Care facilities are equipped with today's most advanced technology.
- Penn's collaborative environment fosters productive interaction among fellow trainees, physicians from other disciplines and faculty.
- The faculty is committed to training the next generation of academic generalists, sub-specialists and physician-scientists in obstetrics and gynecology.
- Graduates of Penn's residency and fellowship programs are highly recruited for leadership positions in private practice and academic medicine.