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The Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery residency of Mount Sinai St. Luke's, Mount Sinai Roosevelt is a CODA accredited forty-eight month program. We accept one resident per academic year.

PGY-1
The first year of residency is primarily spent off of the OMS service. The first year off service rotations include anesthesia, internal medicine, and general surgery. While on the rotations, the resident will perform at the first year level of that particular service including taking call and participating in all resident functions. The first year resident is also expected to participate in selected OMS related activities.

  • 6 months - Anesthesia
  • 2 months - Internal Medicine
  • 4 months - General Surgery

PGY-2
The second year of the residency program consists of two off service rotations in otolaryngology and SICU. The remainder of the year is spent on the OMS service working in the out-patient clinic, participating more closely in the operating room, and providing anesthesia for patients undergoing IV sedation in the clinic for various dentoalveolar procedures such as extraction of third molars.

  • 7 months - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • 4 months - Otolaryngology
  • 1 month - SICU

PGY-3
During the third year, the resident assumes a senior level of responsibility. The year is spent almost entirely on the OMS service. The third year resident is expected to be a teacher in the out-patient clinic for the lower level residents. The third year resident also joins the chief resident for most OR cases. During the third year, the resident spends time at Columbia University Dental School as a teaching assistant in the Head & Neck anatomy lab as a means of refining his/her anatomical knowledge.

  • 12 months - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • 1 month - Head and Neck Anatomy

PGY-4 (Chief Resident)
The fourth and final year of the residency is spent entirely on the OMS service as the chief resident of the service. The chief resident is responsible for the day to day operation of the out-patient clinic including managing all IV sedation cases, and teaching lower level residents. As chief resident, one will be given an opportunity to be involved in all operating room cases, and participate in certain out-of-town conferences. The chief resident is responsible for making the monthly on-call schedule and approving any time off for other residents. At the completion of the final year, the resident will be prepared to take the Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Board Examination and begin a career as a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon.

  • 12 months - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

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