USC Vascular Surgery Residency Program
Program Director: Vincent L Rowe, M.D.
Associate Program Director: Fred A. Weaver, M.D., M.M.M.
Program Administrator: Mitzi Clendening
Phone: (323) 442-7824
Fax: (323) 442-2953
The University of Southern California (USC) Program in Vascular Surgery is conducted at the University of Southern California Health Sciences Campus (Keck Hospital of USC and Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center - LAC+USCMC) in Los Angeles, and Huntington Memorial Hospital (HMH) in Pasadena, California. The program is focused on developing the vascular surgeons of the future by providing a thorough and in depth open, endovascular, vascular medicine and vascular imagingexperience. The program offers two tracks that result in the privilege of sitting for American Board of Surgery Certification in Vascular Surgery. One track, 0+5, matches medical students in a dedicated vascular surgery program, the other, 5+2, provides those who have completed a general surgery residency an opportunity of additional focused training in vascular surgery.
The Vascular Surgery faculty who are responsible for Vascular Surgery resident education are all full time faculty of the University of Southern California. The Vascular Surgery resident rotations are designed to provide the resident with a balanced education in index Vascular Surgery procedures; complex, redo and unusual procedures; endovascular procedures;invasive and noninvasive imaging for vascular disease and vascular medicine.
The above attached pdf files provide detailed information about the two training tracks for Vascular Surgery offered at USC. Additional information, including the application process can be obtained by contacting Mitzi Clendening in Graduation Medical Education of the USC Department of Surgery