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Education / Graduate Medical Education / Prospective Residents / Interventional Radiology – Integrated Residency Program

Interventional Radiology – Integrated Residency

Harris Chengazi and David MaldowWhy IR at URMC?

  • Academic referral center for wide catchment area extending to Buffalo, Syracuse and Pennsylvania border
  • Sole Level 1 trauma center in Rochester and surrounding areas
  • Diverse range of pathology, imaging and procedures
  • Training philosophy deeply rooted in progressive autonomy
  • Team based approach leads to optimal patient care and collaboration on divisional and departmental initiatives
  • Low cost of living, unparalleled outdoor activities, vibrant social and "foodie" options

Since the first three years of our program consist primarily of Diagnostic Radiology training, we invite you to view the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program's website.

Our Residency by the Numbers

8

Total Procedure Suites

15023

Total Procedures

14695

Total Consults

Learning at URMC

Electronic Resources

Electronic and physical versions of the most common educational and Boards preparatory material.

Mentor Relationships

Peer-to-peer and faculty-resident formal mentoring programs, with access to past graduates.

Resident Life

Favorable work-life balance with innumerable recreational options.

Resident Tour with Stacey Chu, M.D.

What Our Residents Say...

Harris Chengazi

"It is a resident driven program with large catchment area and broad spectrum of clinical services and subspecialty referrers. Residents have the ability to interact with all sorts of pathology and modalities, in a hands on and up front way. There is no shortage of opportunities to learn and prepare for the 'real world'."

Harris Chengazi, M.D.

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