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    Chair's Welcome Back to top
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    It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our website describing our residency program here at UPMC in Obstetrics and Gynecology which is among the top programs in the country. I am a product of this residency and have a great deal of pride in the development and expansion of the clinical training services we currently offer. The training program is led by Dr. Gabey Gosman who is considered one of the premiere residency directors in the country, and truly one of our greatest training resources here at UPMC. This residency program consistently ranks in the top 10 by US News & World Report for programs in obstetrics and gynecology. We have faculty experts in every field of obstetrics and gynecology, a large primary care obstetrics and gynecology community network, and a well- trained and academically superb collection of obstetrics and gynecology specialists. We have numerous well-funded investigators athe Magee-Womens Research Institute, which is the most highly funded research institute for women’s health in the country. The real crown jewel of our training program is our hospital and network. Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC is synonymous with excellence in patient care, and one of our greatest attributes is our long legacy of training outstanding academic and community clinical obstetrics and gynecology physicians. It is humbling to me as the current chair of this prestigious department that I join a legacy of chairs and residency directors who have come before me to help make this such a prestigious and well-respected program. From my chairman during my training, Dr. T. Terry Hayashi, a legacy of teaching continues to be a long-standing commitment to resident and fellow education,. The life blood of our academic department and clinical patient care excellence is both fuel for and a product of an outstanding residency training environment. We are completely transparent about our approach to resident training and our commitment to training excellence, and are happy to answer any questions as you scrutinize and review our program.

    Best regards,

    Robert P. Edwards, MD
    Program Director's Welcome Back to top
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    Welcome to the website of the UPMC Medical Education Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency, located at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC and affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Our residency delivers very special training for aspiring obstetrician gynecologists. The residency combines academic rigor with clinical care excellence at the cutting edge of obstetrics and gynecology practice.

    Our three major aims include:

  • Provide intense clinical experience and didactics to acquire excellent skills required of the general obstetrician gynecologist.

  • Deliver diverse opportunities for individualized training to ensure residents make sound career decisions.

  • Incorporate into residency, preparation to serve as leaders and contributors in obstetrics and gynecology.

  • The UPMC Medical Education residency lays the optimal foundation for both generalist practice (40% of graduates) and fellowship training (60% of graduates). Magee-Womens Hospital focuses on the health of women throughout the lifespan and thus provides the optimal setting to deliver this training. The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and the Magee-Womens Research Institute serve as the academic home for the huge, diverse, and accomplished faculty. This faculty teaches residents every day in the program.

    I am extraordinarily grateful to have the privilege of working with such fabulous residents in such a superb learning environment.


    Gabriella G. Gosman, MD
    Residency Program Director
    Program Leadership and Staff Back to top
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    Robert P. Edwards, MD
    Milton Lawrence McCall Professor and Chair
    Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

    Born and raised in Havre de Grace, Maryland, Doctor Edwards completed his undergraduate at Gettysburg College, and earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Edwards completed his residency in Ob/Gyn at the University of Pittsburgh, Magee-Womens Hospital, and went on to the University of Alabaman Birmingham to complete a gynecologic oncology fellowship. In 1993, after completing his gynecologic oncology fellowship, he returned to Pittsburgh to be the Director of the Gynecologic Oncology Division at Magee-Womens Hospital. In January of 2015, Dr. Edwards was named the Milton Lawrence McCall Professor and Chair Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC.

    Dr. Edwards' research interests include cervical and ovarian malignancies. He serves as co-principal investigator of the Gynecologic Oncology Group for The University of Pittsburgh and for a number of pharmaceutical sponsored studies. He also serves on the Immunotherapy Committee which experiments with novel therapeutic approaches to gynecologic malignancies, as well as translational research. He is co-PI of the RPCI/UPCI ovarian cancer SPORE grant.

    Gabriella G. Gosman, MD
    Associate Professor and Residency Program Director
    Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

    Doctor Gosman was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. She completed undergraduate at Harvard University, medical school at Yale University, and residency/fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Magee-Womens Hospital is her first and only job after training! Dr. Gosman has directed the residency since 2005. Dr. Gosman is Vice Chair for Education in the Department and Associate Designated Institutional Official for all residencies and fellowships (>150) for the health system. Dr. Gosman has an interest in effective simulation in residency, team/leadership training, and electronic resources for teaching and administration.

    Overview & Mission Back to top
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    Our mission as a training program is to provide intense clinical experience and didactics to acquire excellent skills of general ob/gyn, provide opportunities for individualized training to make good career decisions; and to prepare trainees to serve as leaders and contributors in future careers.

    Contact Information
    Diana Lynn Brucha, C-TAGME
    Academic Manager, Residency Training Program
    Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC,  300 Halket Street,  Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3180
    About Our Program Back to top
    The four-year residency program has many characteristics that make it an ideal place for an active learner who wants to obtain excellent obstetrical, gynecological, and lifelong learning skills.

    • Large faculty with high degree of national prominence and expertise: trainees learn from experts in their field; trainees work with outstanding role models and mentors.
    • Strong academic culture: trainees learn to practice evidence-based medicine; trainees are challenged to become clear-headed clinical thinkers; trainees attend high quality conferences and educational sessions.
    • Magee is a women’s hospital and the regional referral center for a large catchment area: patient volume, range of acuity, and range of diagnoses ensure that trainees have outstanding clinical skills and can practice anywhere; trainees develop excellent procedural skills.
    • Magee utilizes non-residents to deliver patient care that is purely “scut”: residents can focus on level-appropriate learning objectives.
    • The residency has strong support from Magee and the Department: residents input is routinely used to improve the program; a well-staffed residency administration works daily to optimize resident education; residents meet regularly with the Chair and the Program Director to discuss the education program.
    • The residency has 5-year accreditation status from the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education
    • The Department has multiple subspecialty fellowships: residents who seek subspecialty fellowships have outstanding opportunities locally and nationally; trainees attain broad clinical and procedural skills; faculty effectively balance resident procedural training with fellow procedural training due to vast experience; fellows are outstanding role models and mentors for residents.
    • Magee is a free-standing women’s hospital: obstetrical and gynecologic care is a major focus of the hospital’s mission; residents also benefit from full-service specialty consultation on-site, such as critical care medicine, internal medicine, general surgery, neonatology, and many others
    • The R3 year has elective time which may be used for an international rotation: trainees can continue and/or develop their commitment to women’s health globally during residency.
    The program received approval from the ACGME to recruit 10 first-year residents beginning with the 2011 Match and now has 40 residents in the four-year residency program. All rotations take place at Magee.

    The residency program is designed and continually re-evaluated to offer an optimal balance between academic/scholarly activities and clinical experience acquired through the supervised care of patients. All residents are required to complete a research project. The results of their efforts are presented at the Department's Research Day held in May of the R3 year. Many residents also present their work at national and regional conferences and go on to publish in peer-review journals. Residents give presentations at multiple departmental conferences during their training. Graduates of our program possess excellent skills at creating and giving presentations.

    Residents participate actively in the care of Outpatient Clinic patients (resident clinic), fulltime faculty private patients, and clinical faculty (private physicians) private patients. Residents participate in patient care based upon level-specific learning objectives. All patients are available for resident participation. All physicians with privileges at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC are expected to participate in resident training.

    Residents play a central role in educating other medical trainees. All University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine third-year medical students do their required Obstetrics and Gynecology core clerkship at Magee. Residents are integral to the success of this clerkship. Residents teach each other in formal and informal settings. To ensure that trainees acquire medical education skills, residents participate in a “Resident as Teacher” session as part of the core curriculum.

    The program curriculum integrates simulation training into many aspects of education. Simulation activities are targeted to help residents optimize their learning curve during patient care. Residents participate in the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery program and become certified. Residents participate in robotic surgery simulation, including virtual reality training (equipment on-site at Magee). Residents work with simulated patients to refine communication skills. Residents participate in the inter-professional Obstetric Crisis Team Training course to develop crisis teamwork, communication, and organization skills in a full-scale human simulation setting. The program integrates many other simulations to develop resident clinical skills.
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    Education & Curriculum Back to top

    Education permeates the culture at Magee. Trainees of all levels in multiple disciplines participate in patient care and educational activities at this institution. The department, hospital and UPMC provide strong support to medical teachers, excellent educational facilities, and rich simulation resources for medical trainees to optimize their learning and achieve their career goals.

    Overall Educational Objectives of the Program:

  • Provide a structured curriculum and effective evaluation/feedback process that allows ob/gyn residents to achieve and demonstrate proficiency in the core competencies of patient care, medical knowledge, practice-based learning and improvement, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, and systems-based practice.

  • Produce graduates who effectively utilize the medical literature to optimize the care of their patients and produce graduates who practice life-long learning.
  • Provide the opportunity for residents to participate in meaningful research relevant to women’s health and to disseminate their findings at national/regional meetings and in published form. Produce a substantial proportion of graduates who will continue to perform research after completing residency.
  • Provide a curriculum and training environment that produce graduates who maintain a high standard of professionalism and ethics in their practice, including altruism, adherence to core principles of informed consent, disclosure of medical errors, documentation, and medical record completion.
  • Provide a curriculum and outstanding faculty role models that produce graduates with strong teaching skills, and a commitment to use these skills to educate their patients, other health professionals, and society.
  • Provide structured curriculum and experiential learning that produce graduates who play service and leadership roles in their institutions in the areas of patient safety and systems based practice.
  • Provide a curriculum, training environment, and professional role models that produce graduates with a strong commitment to the psychosocial needs of their patients and women in society, particularly in the areas of cultural competence, family planning, cancer detection, substance abuse, domestic violence, sexually transmitted infections, sexual preferences, and underserved populations.
  • Provide structured curriculum and experiential learning that produces graduates adept at teamwork and communication in multiple healthcare venues and situations.

  • Elective Opportunities During Residency
  • International Experiences Since 2005
    Ryan Program Back to top
    Magee-Womens Hospital has long been a leader in family planning, and our residents have had a dedicated family planning rotation since 2005. However, the addition of the Ryan Program in 2014 has further strengthened and enhanced our residents’ experience in family planning, including didactic education, counseling and procedural experience in contraception, abortion, and management of abnormal pregnancies. First-year residents now have in-depth exposure to family planning during the ambulatory rotation, and fourth-year residents have a dedicated 4 week family planning rotation. Family planning is also integrated throughout residency training, including in the outpatient clinic, the operating room, and the post-partum units.
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    Our Residents Back to top
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    About Magee Back to top
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    Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC is the obstetrical and gynecological teaching hospital of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The hospital is adjacent to the medical school and its other teaching hospitals, as well as the undergraduate campus of the University of Pittsburgh.

    Magee is a world-class center for women’s health and is ranked among the top hospitals in the nation for gynecological care. It is one of UPMC's specialty hospitals and is located in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh. UPMC is a genuinely integrated health delivery system and operates more than 20 academic, community, and specialty hospitals and 400 outpatient sites, employs more than 3,500 physicians, and is the largest non-governmental employer in Pennsylvania with more than 62,000 employees.

    Over 10,000 babies are born at Magee each year, accounting for 45 percent of all births in Allegheny County. The inpatient obstetrical and gynecological service includes 363 total licensed beds including 77 neonatal intensive care unit beds (69 Level III, 8 Level II), 22 LDRPs, 134 Med/Surg beds, 110 obstetrical beds 110, and 20 ICU beds. In addition, Magee has 20 Transitional Care Unit beds. The ambulatory care units and emergency services for obstetrics and gynecology are conveniently located in the hospital. In a one- year period, there are approximately 52,000 patient visits to the Outpatient Clinic and neighborhood satellite clinics. During the last academic year, there were 10,177 obstetrical deliveries including 2915 cesarean sections (C/S rate = 29%) and more than 6,000 gynecological procedures were conducted.

    The Emergency Department underwent a complete renovation in January of 2014 and now consists of 22 private rooms, a large workstation for residents and providers, and a new resuscitation room to manage all forms of obstetrical, gynecological, and medical emergencies. In addition, an ultrasound machine and technician are present in the ED 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There were over 27,000 ED patient visits during the last academic year of which 35% were obstetrical or gynecologic visits.

    Additional facilities and services include:

    1. A dedicated ob/gyn ultrasound unit (sonographers are all obstetrician gynecologists)
    2. A reproductive genetics unit
    3. An onsite library with staff and expertise to pull articles and perform literature searches
    4. Extensive clinical, basic, and translational research resources (including the Magee-Womens Research Institute)
    5. Multiple on-site simulation tools and programs
    6. Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Skills Certification Training for Residents
    7. Peter M. Winter Institute for Simulation, Education and Research (WISER) located approximately one block from the hospital; the full service multidisciplinary medical simulation center of the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC.
    8. Dual-console robotic gynecologic surgery
    9. Backpack virtual reality simulator for the second robotic console
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    UPMC Medical Education Back to top
    UPMC Medical Education (UPMC ME) is committed to fostering a collegial atmosphere within its academic community. We draw upon the unique skills, knowledge and life experiences of our diverse, accomplished and dedicated residents and fellows. We are well-known for a welcoming culture that expects excellence, and provides the strong support that enables each individual to achieve their life goals.

    A fundamental ethic of medicine is respect for each individual. Resident physicians are first and foremost learners, and their needs are the primary determinant of any assigned patient care activities. As learners, resident physicians are accorded the highest priority in fulfilling the demands of their educational program. They are afforded opportunities to meet personal and family obligations, to pursue recreational activities, and to obtain adequate rest. At UPMC, a core commitment of our institutions and program faculty is providing the best resident education experiences as we provide high quality, safe patient care.

    Located in vibrant and culturally diverse Pittsburgh, and built upon a broad foundation of over 180 specialty programs, UPMC is a global enterprise poised at the frontiers of advanced clinical medicine, research and medical education. We invite you to explore our programs and discover the many available opportunities to share our vision for a new tomorrow.
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    Salary, Benefits & Parking Back to top
    Detailed information on salary, benefits, and parking at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Obstetrics and Gynecology residency training program can be found here.
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    Resident Contract Overview Back to top
    "In Accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the NRMP's Match Participation Agreement Between Institutions and the NRMP, programs are expected to provide complete and accurate information to interviewees, including a copy of the contract the applicant will be expected to sign if matched to the program and all institutional policies regarding eligibility for appointment to a training position. The information must be communicated to interviewees in writing prior to the rank order list certification date. To meet this requirement, we ask that you review the information found on our web site prior to your interview with any of our training programs."
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    Educational Resources Back to top
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    Application Back to top

    Our program is a participant in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). All applicants to our program must apply using ERAS. The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences only sponsors J-1 visas. International medical graduates (IMGs) can contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for the application materials and should reference the document below for information pertaining to the departmental requirements for IMGs.

    Completed ERAS applications consist of:

    • ERAS Common Application Form
    • Personal Statement
    • Photograph
    • Minimum of Three Letters of Recommendation (with one letter being from the Chair)
    • MSPE
    • Official Transcript of Grades (from all medical schools attended)
    • USMLE Scores Step 1 and Step 2, both CK & CS scores. The program "prefers" that both CK and CS scores are submitted before you are offered an interview but they are "required" before submission of our rank order list to NRMP

    All application materials must be submitted via ERAS. The deadline for receipt of all ERAS application materials is October 1. Your ERAS application will be reviewed by members of our Admissions Committee. All applicants will receive an email from our Admissions Committee by October 15 to inform you as to whether or not you have been invited for an interview.

    A note to all fourth-year students who participate in an away elective with our department: Application materials will be reviewed by the admissions committee. In order to be offered an interview, students who have completed these electives must meet the same criteria as other applicants to the program.

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  • ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service)
    Start Date & Orientation Information Back to top
    The Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program's academic year starts on June 20 and ends on June 19 every year. Orientation for our matched first-year residents is approximately a full working week prior to the official start date and is mandatory.

    The early start allows for graduating residents to take the written board exam on the last Monday of June and to make the transition to their new position or fellowship at the end of training.
    USMLE Requirements Back to top
    To be eligible for an interview, applicants must have passing scores on USMLE Steps 1 and 2 (both CK & CS). Though the program "prefers" that both CK and CS scores are submitted before an applicant is offered an interview, we understand that this may not always be possible. Step 2 CK and CS scores are, however, required before submission of our rank order list to NRMP. You should resubmit your scores through ERAS when you receive results as these do not always automatically renew.
    Interviews Back to top

    Decisions for interviews are based on an applicant's entire application. To be eligible for an interview, applicants must have passing scores on USMLE. Once a decision for interview is made by the Admissions Committee, applicants will be informed via email as to whether or not he/she is invited for an interview. With the high volume of applications received each year, it is not possible for our Admissions Committee to review all of the completed files immediately upon receipt of the MSPE (Medical Student Performance Evaluation). Applicants may not hear from us regarding the Admissions Committee's decision until the middle of October, so please be patient.

    Interviews are by invitation only. Applicant interviews will be conducted on the following dates:

    Saturday, October 31, 2015
    Saturday, November 14, 2015
    Saturday, December 5, 2015
    Saturday, December 12, 2015

    As a courtesy to our faculty and to applicants who are on our waiting list, we ask that you notify us at least one week in advance if you need to cancel your interview with us.

    On average, we receive 500 applications from both U.S. medical students and international medical graduates each year for our ten first-year positions. We interview approximately 90 applicants over the course of the four interview days. Out of our current resident class, 33% were elected to AOA with approximately 1% having participated in a fourth-year Ob/Gyn elective at our institution. Approximately 65% of the graduates from the past five years of residency have pursued an academic career.

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    Frequently Asked Questions Back to top


    Q: Do you have a minimum USMLE Board Examination score requirement for acceptance into residency?

    A: No, we evaluate each application in its entirety and decisions are made on a variety of factors. We do give precedence to applicants with stronger performance on the exam and prefer individuals who passed their Boards on the first attempt.

    Q: Do you accept international medical graduates as residents?

    A: Yes. As we are looking for the most capable residents available, all applicants are reviewed by our Admissions Committee. However, for international medical graduates to be eligible for our program, they must have satisfactorily completed 12-months of training in an ACGME accredited program.

    Q: Do you accept COMLEX scores for applications?

    A: We accept COMLEX scores for applications, but USMLE scores are required, even for graduates of osteopathic schools.

    Q: What other criteria does your program have for residency selection?
    A: We do not have any one particular criterion, but things that the Admissions Committee considers favorably are: AOA status, research experience, publications, community service, and/or a strong medical school transcript.

    Fourth Year Elective Information Back to top
    Detailed information and application requirements for participating in an elective in our department, can be found on the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine's website.

    In order to be offered an interview with the residency program, students who have completed an elective within the department must meet the same criteria as other applicants to the program. All application materials will be reviewed by our admissions committee.

    Ob/Gyn Electives Contact Person:
    Dee Dee Greenawalt
    Relocating to Pittsburgh Back to top
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    Pittsburgh is a rejuvenated community nestled at the junction of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in the rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania. It boasts three professional athletic teams, the Steelers, the Pirates, and the Penguins, not to mention the strong local support of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers. It has marked cultural diversity from the collection of Old Masters in the Carnegie Museum of Art or the Broadway musicals presented by the Civic Light Opera to the world-class Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Recreational activities are easily accessible including camping and hiking in nearby State and National Forests, fishing and boating on the three rivers and surrounding lakes, whitewater rafting in Pennsylvania or nearby West Virginia, or downhill skiing an hour's drive from the city on Laurel Mountain. The city is a patch-work of ethnically diverse neighborhoods with a very reasonable cost of living and an open and friendly populace. Pittsburgh is a "big" little city where both urban sophisticates and small town folks can easily feel at home.


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    Residency Program Alumni Back to top
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    Our history dates back to the 1940's when there was both an Obstetrics and a Gynecology training program. It wasn't until 1959 that the program became integrated an received ACGME accreditation. To date, we have trained more than 450 residents who upon graduation have chosen careers in community and academic centers around the world.

    A summary of the types of career paths our graduates have chosen is summarized above.

    ALUMNI DAY INFORMATION: Please mark your calendar to attend the 40th Annual Magee Alumni Day on Friday, October 9, 2015. Presenters this year include our own Drs. Robert Edwards and Beatrice Chen. Guest speakers include former alumni Drs. Karen Green, Carolyn Kubik, Mary Ann Portman, and Patrick Timmins, in addition to former Chair, Dr. Richard Sweet. All former residents, fellows, and faculty, as well as current residents, fellows, and faculty are invited to attend. The residency classes of 1965, 1990, 1995, 2005, and 2010 will celebrate their reunion years as part of the Alumni Day festivities.

    You can register online at: Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences

    A social reception will be held on Thursday, October 8, from 4:30-6:30 pm at the Mansions on Fifth. Please RSVP separately to this event by Thursday, October 1, to Colleen Gaughan.

    Please email your contact information and any updates for our our Alumni List to Diana Lynn Brucha.

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