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Department of Surgery

Residency/Fellowship Programs

 

Affiliated Hospitals

 

Temple University Hospital
Temple University Hospital, the parent institution, is located in an urban North Philadelphia setting on the Health Sciences Campus of Temple University.

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children is a 161-licensed bed hospital for children. Their primary mission if to provide a full range of high-quality health care services to all children and youth up to the age of 21.

Fox Chase Cancer Center

The Department of Surgical Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center has been designated as the Section of Surgical Oncology at Temple University. This institution allows a unique opportunity for exposure to general surgical oncology, gynecologic, head and neck, urologic, orthopedic, thoracic and neurosurgical oncology.

Jeanes Hospital

Jeanes Hospital is a 250-bed active community hospital that became an integrated member of the Temple University Health System in 1996. Surgical residents are assigned from one to two-month rotations with emphasis on general surgical, vascular and thoracic surgery.

Inspira Medical Center Woodbury

Underwood Memorial Hospital is a 310 licensed-bed, acute care non-profit hospital serving Gloucester County and parts of Camden and Salem County in New Jersey. With over 1500 full and part-time employees and a professional medical and dental staff of over 400, Underwood Memorial Hospital provides a broad scope of diagnostic and treatment services in the comfort, convenience and security of a suburban community hospital setting.

Chestnut Hill Hospital
Chestnut Hill Hospital, part of the University of Pennsylvania Community Health Network, is a 164-bed hospital serving the northwest area of Philadelphia. It has approximately 700 employees and is Joint Commission accredited.