Message from the Chief of the Division of Urology
The Division of Urology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School has experienced significant growth over the past several years, including recruitment of new faculty members, expansion of our outpatient teaching sites, and broadening and enrichment of our research and community outreach initiatives. We currently moved to a 5-year residency training program and have 11 full time fellowship trained faculty members at our main teaching hospital.
Our residency program remains fully accredited and continues to boast a 100% Urology Board pass rate. Our residents have access to two robotic systems, including a teaching console, single port robotic system, and two robotic simulators. All residents benefit from a focused training program centered at RWJMS, the Cancer Institute of NJ and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital. Our residents also rotate at Princeton University Medical Center and Jersey Shore University Medical Center, located minutes from the Jersey Shore. Both facilities also have the latest robotic systems and experienced robotic fellowship trained faculty who are dedicated to teaching our residents.
The Division currently offers expertise and training in all areas of urology including: minimally invasive and robotic surgery, female/reconstructive, pediatrics, and oncology. For more information about the Division of Urology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School please call 732-235-7775.
The Division of Urology at RWJMS was listed as a top program in U.S. News and World Report.