Residents in the University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Urology Program participate in rotations at University Hospitals Urology Institute, MetroHealth Medical Center, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center and the Cleveland Clinic, as well as various community hospitals.

University Hospitals Rotation

Our UH rotation is divided into adult and pediatric urology services. The pediatric urology service is comprised of a two-month PGY3 and PGY5 rotation at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Cleveland Clinic residents also will rotate through a pediatric service as a junior resident. PGY2 and PGY5 residents comprise the adult service.

Resident Rotations by Post-Graduate Year
Post-Graduate Year Resident Rotations
  • UH Consults (4 months)
  • UH General Urology (4 months)
  • MetroHealth Urology (4 months)
  • VA (4 months)
  • MetroHealth (4 months)
  • Pediatric Urology (2 months)
  • Cleveland Clinic (Reconstructive Urology Focus) (2 months)
  • Research
  • MetroHealth/VA Call Responsibilities
  • UH Adult Reconstructive (4 months)
  • UH Female Pelvic Surgery (4 months)
  • Pediatric Urology (2 months)
  • Cleveland Clinic (Oncology Focus) (2 months)

  • VA (4 months)
  • Community Urology (4 months)
  • UH Chief Resident (who has administrative responsibilities as well as overseeing surgical and post-operative care of all UH urology patients) (4 months)

On-call Duties


  • PGY2s and PGY3s share in-house call
  • PGY5s take 1-2 primary calls per month; backup is divided equally


  • PGY3s and PGY4s share primary call from home
  • PGY6s divide backup responsibilities

Note: We are compliant with ACGME mandates.


Apply to our urology residency program, or learn more about our residency conferences.

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