Training & Education
The following is a brief description of the fellowship in general vascular surgery offered at Massachusetts General Hospital.
All applicants should use ERAS to apply for
our Vascular/Endovascular Fellowship.
The Vascular Surgery Division at Massachusetts General Hospital provides a broad-reaching experience in technical aspects of vascular surgery, development of surgical judgment, and increasing knowledge about routine and complex conditions. In addition, a dedicated staff presents multiple opportunities for academic development both along clinical and basic lines.
At MGH, we remain very interested in serious applicants from training programs other than our own. At least half of our trainees over the years have come from general surgical residencies at other institutions. All individuals who complete an application are welcome to make an informal visit to hospital by previous arrangement.
All applicants should include at least three letters of reference, a medical school dean's letter, your curriculum vitae, photo (preferred but not required for identification during interview process), personal statement, most recent ABSITE score, and USMLE Step 1, 2 and 3 results or equivalent.
Shortly after all applications are received, selected individuals will be invited for a formal interview to be held in March. At that time, current residents and staff will meet with the applicants. Tours will be given by the residents and any questions you have about the program will be answered.
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