Here is the announcement from Dr. Hamawy:The Lahey Clinic Medical Center Department of Urology has an unexpected opening for a PGY-2 resident position starting July 1, 2012. This is a 6 year program fully accredited by ACGME (two years general surgery and 4 years Urology). We have three residents each year and no fellows. Additional information regarding our training program, facilities and staff are available at: http://www.lahey.org/UrologyResidency/Requirements for acceptance into our residency program include the successful completion of 1 to 2 years of general surgery residency in an ACGME approved program, with preference given to those applicants that have had exposure to urology during those preliminary years. Successful application would entitle the candidate to the full accreditation benefits of the categorical residency program. Eligible medical school graduates must be a legal citizen/resident of the United States without restrictions, Visa requests or other issues. Interested and qualified candidates should submit the electronic documents listed below to:Dr. Karim Hamawy, Program Director, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to Maureen Ciccolo, Residency Coordinator, email email@example.com. Current Curriculum vitae2. Personal Statement3. Current Program Director Evaluation4. Medical School transcript and Medical School Diploma5. Medical School Dean’s letter6. 3 letters of recommendation including one from your current program director7. USMLE scores (Step 1 & 2)Paper documents can be mailed to Karim Hamawy, M.D., Department of Urology, 41 Mall Road, Burlington MA 01805. Please contact Dr. Hamawy if you have any additional questions regarding the position or your qualifications.
personal reasons, perhaps? current issues with the program? wondering if anyone knows what's new at lahey these days.
Personal reasons, not a reflection of the program. It's a solid program that offers great research and clinical experience.