The Tulane OB/GYN Residency Program is in compliance with the work hour requirement as set forth by ACGME.
At Tulane, for hospitals that require residents to be in-house, we created two resident shifts to cover the 24 hour in-house duty: a day team and a night float team. Therefore, our residents do not have 24 hour consecutive hours in-house call.
Home calls are instituted at other hospitals that do not require residents to be in-house.
GOLDEN WEEKEND - Approximately twice every four-week block!
2019 Annual Scientific Resident Presentations:
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Global Health rotation through New Orleans Medical Mission is available for our residents to participate in as part of their elective rotation. Cost for the global health trip is partially or fully funded by our department, depending on the location of the medical mission.
Our program institutes several innovations to mitigate burnout. Some examples include:
Other wellness activities include giving back to the community.
Our graduates have excelled in the areas of academia and private practice of both general obstetrics and gynecology and the subspecialties. Eighty percent have entered general private practice; 10% in academic medicine; 10% in practices affiliated with teaching hospitals. Our alumnae are practicing obstetrics and gynecology across the United States. A few of our recent graduate career destinations include: