BWH/MGH recognized as the top program in OB/Gyn

According to the Doximity Residency Navigator survey, which includes peer nominations from board-certified U.S. physicians, for the fifthyear in a row, the Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital Integrated OB/Gyn Residency Training Program is recognized as the top program in OB/GYN by clinical reputation.

The Doximity Residency Navigator is an interactive tool designed to help the medical students research and compare residency training programs nationwide based on their unique career interests. It combines objective data with 260,000 nominations, ratings and reviews from over 52,000 U.S. physicians.

Community Work

Dr. Samantha DeAndrade (Class of 2021) went to Camp SABURA in Brockton, MA, to talk about what it's like to be a doctor and the many different fields of medicine one can pursue. Camp SABURA is bilingual educational and recreational summer program tailored for youth ages 4 to 12 who come from primarily Cape Verdean immigrant families.

Resident Wellness

The BWH/MGH OB/Gyn Residency Wellness Committee was created to advise the residency program about wellness and resiliency.  Two residents from each class are included on the committee which prioritizes and informs leadership about areas that would impact the whole residency.  To read more about events that have taken place, please click here.

     
Resident Recruitment

The BWH/MGH OB/Gyn Residency participated in a Harvard Medical School webinar sponsored by the Visiting Clerkship Program (VCP) at HMS which is within the Office for Diversity Inclusion & Community Partnership.  The session included all HMS affiliated OB/Gyn residency programs in an effort to reach out to medical students applying in OB/Gyn this year.  Dr. Amy Stagg, our Program Director, Dr. Brannon Weeks, second year resident, and Dr. Adeline Boatin, MGH OB/Gyn faculty member were speakers from the BWH/MGH OB/Gyn residency program.  To view the list of all speakers, click here; to view the webinar, please click here