The Department of Surgery is committed to educating the next generation of surgeons to become skilled, wise, and compassionate practitioners. Our faculty, including many nationally and internationally recognized pioneers in their fields, train the medical students, surgical residents, and fellows who go on to be our national and international leaders. See below for information about our residency and fellowship programs, CME courses.
Find out what digital and in-person events are approaching.
Essential information about your surgery rotation experience.
Information about postgraduate residency and fellowship programs in breast, cardiothoracic, general, pediatric, transplant, and vascular surgery.
To help spread knowledge about best practices, ongoing research, and developing innovations, the physicians and scientists from the Department of Surgery host several educational talks and events throughout the year—most of which qualify for CME credits. From large, in-person events to live webinars to downloadable enduring materials, our goal is to share our expertise widely, to improve care for all.
See why growing numbers of national medical associations are using this online repository of medical information, including COACH, which is transforming the way doctors learn and access medical information.
Columbia HeartSource, a service organization established by physician leadership at NYP/Columbia, works to establish cardiovascular centers of excellence and to help affiliate hospitals (in both the U.S. and abroad) to improve the quality of their cardiovascular surgery services.
The Columbia Office of Global Surgery (COGS) connects Columbia health professionals to areas of global surgical need and facilitates the exchange of knowledge and technical skills.
Department of Surgery faculty are available to speak at Grand Rounds, conferences, and presentations about cardiac surgery, advances in organ transplantation, the latest in breast cancer management, and more.
Books, journal articles, and other publications by Department of Surgery faculty.
The Media Learning Center features videos, animations of procedures, and other resources created by Department of Surgery experts. Initially developed for patients, these resources contain highly specific, up-to-date information that is valuable for clinicians who wish to learn from top experts about the latest treatment options.