Dermatology Residency Program Details
Rotations and Curriculum for Dermatology Residents
The University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Department of Dermatology provides many educational opportunities for residents, fellows and medical students. Our program provides numerous general dermatology clinics, inpatient rounding with a dedicated dermatology hospitalist, dermatopathology, Mohs micrographic surgery and reconstruction, and subspecialty clinics in cutaneous lymphoma, supportive oncodermatology at UH Seidman Cancer Center, pediatric dermatology, contact dermatitis and complex medical dermatology. Our educational curriculum includes rigorous structured didactic sessions (with multiple weekly faculty-led lectures), basic science lectures, journal club, weekly city-wide grand rounds, and attendance at national conferences are all critical components of our training curriculum.
The program aims include:
- To train physicians to attain the knowledge and continuous learning skills to become expert in diagnosing and treating dermatologic disorders.
- To prepare physicians to become leaders and contributors to society.
- To prepare physicians to advance dermatologic research and patient care.
- To prepare physicians to function effectively as a member of the healthcare team.
- To enable physicians to adapt effectively to a rapidly changing health care environment.