2021 Urology Residency Match Policy

The Society of Academic Urologists (SAU) acknowledge the traditional importance of external rotations for medical students in the application process for 1) experiencing the full depth and breadth of urology before committing to the specialty; 2) ongoing clinical education in the specialty; and 3) obtaining additional letters of recommendation to assist programs in the evaluation of medical student applicants. COVID-19 has significantly altered medical education. Given differing levels of disease impact in different regions, many institutions are not allowing medical students to rotate in or out which disadvantages both students and the programs. In response, the Coalition for Physician Accountability, an association consisting of the AAMC, ACGME, NBME and other groups, as well as other medical subspecialties, have developed policies prohibiting away rotations this year. In accordance with this policy and to minimize health risks, financial burden, and to ensure the most equitable experience for all students and all programs during this pandemic, the following decisions have been made by the executive committee of the SAU.

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In the context of a competency-based curriculum, we provide a strong clinical and operative experience, a comprehensive didactic program, and hands-on resident involvement in research and surgical innovation.

Our program has been fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and builds on an over 60 year history of training the finest urologists in the country, many of which have assumed leadership positions in the urological community and the academic world.

Established as a Department (2006) in the burgeoning growth area of North Central Florida, we are uniquely poised to meet the educational needs of the urologist of the 21st century.

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