General Surgery Current Residents

Current Residents Lutfi Barghuthi Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of  Medicine Tyler Davis University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine    

General Surgery Frequently Asked Questions

Are you ACGME accredited? Yes, we are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as a 5 – year general surgery training program How do I submit my application? We accept applications through ERAS. Will you be offering virtual Interviews? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will conduct all interviews virtually via Microsoft […]

General Surgery Residency Faculty and Staff

Surgical Oncology (GS1) Hishaam Ismael, MD, FACS Program Director Associate Professor of Surgery Surgical Clerkship Director General and Hepatobiliary Surgery Steven Cox, MD  Sr. Vice President, Chief Medical Officer/Physician in Chief General Surgery David Young, MD  General Surgery Joesph Prud’homme, MD  General Surgery General and Vascular Surgery (GS2) Blake Harrison, MD Associate Program Director General […]

General Surgery Residency Curriculum

The General Surgery Residency Program curriculum provides a deep understanding of value-based, patient-centered health care delivery for the management of a variety of surgical diseases. We will have weekly didactics including basic science and advanced science conferences, tumor conferences, and morbidity and mortality meetings. Grand rounds, journal clubs, and simulation labs will be held monthly. […]

General Surgery Residency Application

Apply Now All residency applicants must apply through ERAS. We accept three residents every year. Minimum requirements to apply include: Graduate of LCME/AOA accredited medical school  USMLE Step 1 with minimum score of 220 on the first attempt Comlex accepted  DO and MD’s accepted 3 letters of recommendations Deans letter Personal statement Medical school transcript […]

General Surgery Residency Welcome

Welcome to the General Surgery Residency Program at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler. The goal of our ACGME-approved residency program is to recruit and train confident, technically capable and well-rounded surgeons. Scroll down to view our virtual tour video.   The large clinical volume and the mix of academic, hospital-employed and […]