The Saint Louis University School of Medicine’s Division of Urologic Surgery is proud to serve the needs of our students, residents and fellow University faculty and honored to address the urologic needs of our patients. Our division possesses expertise in the major urologic subspecialties including oncology, robotics, reconstructive surgery, stone disease, female urology and pediatrics.
Our clinical faculty is made up of outstanding individuals who are committed to teaching the next generation of surgeons with state-of-the-art medicine while delivering compassionate care to each of our patients.
Our urology faculty comprises five full-time and several adjunct faculty members, three mid-level practitioners, clinical nurses, and administrative staff members. All provide clinical services at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital, SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center and SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital.
The aim of the Saint Louis University Urology Residency Program is to provide a comprehensive educational experience that encompasses all aspects of clinical urology and research. Our program involves one year of general surgery and four clinical years of urology training, as well as weekly didactic teaching sessions. As residents progress through training, they will be given increased clinical and surgical responsibilities. We promote an environment of mentorship and teamwork between attending surgeons and residents.
We currently accept one resident position each year through the urology match. Applicants should register with the American Urological Association's Urology Residency Matching Program and the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Urology residency interview dates for applicants in the current cycle (general surgery intern year starting July 2018) will be held:
During these dates, you will have an opportunity to meet all urology faculty and our current residents, as well as tour the SLU facilities.