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St Louis University School of Medicine Program: Ophthalmology

St Louis, MO
Overall Rating 5
“I am in my 3rd year of residency. I cannot say enough good things about Saint Louis University. I have no personal gain or interest by writing this blurb. ...” – Posted 09/10/16
“Graduation is a VERY sad day for everyone at SLU Ophtho - we're one big family. About 1/2 of our residents go onto fellowships. SLU also has NO fellows and ...” – Posted 11/19/03

Latest Reviews

  • “Wanted to write a new review because the last one was in 02. I think this program has many positives. Patient population is extremely diverse between the REI patients referred for deliveries, to the women with no prenatal care, to private patients referred in. Some may not see it as a positive but I think it is that you deliver ...” – Posted 09/16/16
  • “In summary, you shouldn't come to this program if you have any other option. Poor resident camaraderie, sustained poor board pass rates and poor fellowship match rates are a few descriptors. The program leadership is not prepared to take ownership of the program's issues and looks for residents to blame who are made into ...” – Posted 09/13/16
  • “I am in my 3rd year of residency. I cannot say enough good things about Saint Louis University. I have no personal gain or interest by writing this blurb. From day one I was treated like a family member. The faculty are incredible. They are all VERY interested in resident teaching and create an environment that is helpful, ...” – Posted 09/10/16
  • “This program provides excellent teaching but is very malignant and usually residents work over duty hours and are not allowed to log the extra hours so that duty hours don't get violated. The atmosphere is very tense and its almost impossible to work and even learn anything while you are at work.” – Posted 09/09/16
  • “A good amount of direct patient care and varied pathology.

    Leadership within is awful to non-existent and the director is malignant. The program would benefit if the director left. He has created strife within our program and continues to alienate hospital administration and core GME faculty.

    Our directed education is ...” – Posted 03/19/16