Residency Program

Rotations and Call Responsibilities

Each resident is assigned a preceptor at the start of their educational program. There are also research mentors on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses. Residents regularly meet with the Program Director, Dr. Simon, and her team. The Chairman, Dr. Lengyel, also hosts regular meetings with each resident class. 

    Rotation Sites

    Center for Care and Discovery

    Affiliate site: NorthShore University HealthSystem

    NorthShore University HealthSystem is the teaching affiliate of the University of Chicago. The main Evanston campus, is located 20 miles from our University campus. The two institutions share a commitment to medical education, clinical investigation and excellent patient care. The two institutions unite one of the premier medical schools in the country with one of the nation’s leading teaching hospitals.

    The Pritzker School of Medicine brings a sharp focus to complex care and biomedical science with many distinguished programs that draw patients from across the country. Combined with NorthShore’s established reputation for advanced information technology and its strong clinical and teaching environment, this affiliation represents an exciting advancement in patient care for the community.

    In addition to the divisions of obstetrics, gynecology, REI and oncology, Northshore also has a pelvic pain and minimally invasive surgery division and a perinatal depression program.



    Preview a sample block schedule here


    Subspecialty Training

    Residents have exposure to the subspecialties of Ob/Gyn. Resident participation in specialty clinic experiences includes: 

    • MFM (starting PGY1 year)
    • Family Planning (starting PGY1 year)
    • Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (starting PGY1 year)
    • Gyn Onc (starting PGY2 year)
    • REI (starting PGY1 year)
    • Colposcopy Clinic (starting PGY2 year)
    • Urogynecology (starting PGY3 year)
    • Breast Clinic (starting PGY3 year) 
    • MIS/Pelvic Pain Clinic (starting PGY3 year)
    • Ultrasound (starting PGY1 year)