Rotations


Rotations are performed across multiple facilities that include, but not limited to, the locations listed below.


An example of our rotation schedule:

resident rotation chart


Rotations are divided into five levels of competencies:

  • URO 1:  As an intern, residents will spend 6 months in Urology and 6 months on General Surgery related rotations which include: Vascular Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Transplant, Colorectal Surgery, among others.
  • URO 2:  VA (General Urology), Urologic Oncology, Reconstructive/Female Urology, Night Float
  • URO 3: Endourology/MIS, Urologic Oncology, Consults, Night Float, Community Urology
  • URO 4:  Robotics/MIS, reconstructive/Female, Pediatric Urology, Night Float
  • URO 5:  Urologic Oncology, VA (General Urology), Reconstructive/Female Urology, Robotics/MIS

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UF Health Shands Hospital
Gainesville, FL

  • Approximately 900 UF faculty physicians practice in about 100 specialty and subspecialty medical areas
  • 46 Operating Rooms
  • 564 Beds
  • Operates a state-designated Level I Trauma

udpated Childrens-hospitalUF Health Shands Children’s Hospital
Gainesville, FL

  • 167 Beds
  • Fully-equipped pediatric and neonatal intensive care units

Gainesville_480x330Malcom Randall VA Medical Center
Gainesville, FL

  • Malcom Randall VA Medical Center is connected both physically and functionally to the University
  • 10 Operating Rooms
  • 255 Beds

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