Inspira’s General Surgery Residency is designed to provide consistent, graduated autonomy to our residents, both in and out of the operating room. Upon graduation, residents have consistently fulfilled the operative requirements for the American Board of Surgery and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) in all index case areas.
About the Vineland General Surgery Residency
The program is ACGME-accredited and affiliated with the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Glassboro, NJ.
Our residents receive a wide breadth of clinical experience while working in different settings. In addition to Inspira facilities, our residents rotate through several partner hospitals to augment their surgical training across several subspecialty areas, including transplant and pediatric surgery.
As a high reliability organization (HRO), Inspira Health is dedicated to the safety of all patients, providers and staff members.
Vineland General Surgery Residency Curriculum
Our program’s curriculum is designed to maximize learning for the surgical resident. We provide a minimum of four hours per week of protected time. Didactics are based on the SCORE Curriculum and enhanced by the TrueLearn question bank. The curriculum consists of senior resident and attending physician-led lectures, grand rounds, hands-on training, participation in a journal club and various other conferences.
The Vineland General Surgery Residency curriculum includes rotations in:
- Intensive Care Unit
- General Surgery: General, Thoracic and Colorectal
- Specialty Surgery: Endocrine, Vascular, Breast, Plastic and Surgical Oncology
- Float/Night Float
- Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery
- Trauma, Critical Care and Burn
- Acute Care Surgery
- Pediatric Surgery
- Transplant Surgery
In addition to classroom learning, residents have access to the Jane and Peter Galetto Jr. Simulation Center at Inspira Medical Center Vineland—a fully equipped training and education center with an advanced laparoscopic simulator and simulation mannequins. Residents also receive training on the Da Vinci Xi robot.
All residents have access to the Rowan University Library, which offers extensive online resources. Residents have the opportunity to participate in clinical research, present at national and international meetings and publish at least one manuscript by graduation.