Obstetrics & Gynecology Medical Residency Program

The Authority Health Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Residency program is a four-year program that will provide diverse opportunities for training where the emphasis is on preparing graduates who have an interest in practicing general obstetrics and gynecologic care in an urban setting. The OB/Gyn residents have the opportunity to rotate through a variety of sites receiving training and developing skills in both inpatient and ambulatory settings. The goals of this program are:

  • To provide an understanding of and developing competency in the sciences and mechanisms of diseases most pertinent to the five clinical disciplines of the specialty (obstetrics, gynecology, reproductive endocrinology, maternal fetal medicine, and oncology).
  • To provide complete training in the ambulatory and in-patient management of gynecologic, non-gynecologic, and obstetric health care issues for women.

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Program Details

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OB/GYN Program Director

DR. NICKOLE BAZGER, DO, FACOOG, CFCMC 

 

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Program Coordinator, Cathy Smart

(313) 346-5235 ext. 120 |cparker@dwcha.org

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Sample Rotation Schedule

A typical first-year resident schedule includes:

    • 3 blocks: obstetrics and gynecology completed at our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: general surgery completed at one of our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: obstetrics completed at one of our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: gynecological surgery completed at our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: neonatology completed at our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: critical care completed at our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: obstetrics ultrasound completed at one of our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 night block completed at one of our affiliated hospitals
    • 1 block: emergency medicine completed at one of our affiliated hospitals
    • 2 blocks: internal medicine completed at one of our affiliated hospitals

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