Ochsner's fully-accredited, 4-year program offers residents a dynamic mix of private- and public-sector patient-centered training. Training is weighed equally between obstetrics and gynecology, and each house officer has the opportunity to learn this specialty under the supervision of experienced staff physicians.
We are committed to maintaining an environment in which residents and faculty can improve their knowledge and skills, and learn from each other. Ob-Gyn Residents will be incorporated into the department’s clinical, teaching, and research activities in a supportive and collegial fashion.
It is our intention that each trainee will assume graded and increasing responsibility. Sensitivity and responsiveness to our residents’ needs are central to the success of the educational mission. To this end, help will be offered as for physical, emotional and didactic special needs.
The relevant American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) member board is the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Taking into account the path of your medical education, to date, and assuming your acceptance to, satisfactory performance in, and completion of this program, you would be eligible for certification by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.