“Academic gem. Very well organized program and hospital with many educational and research resources. Laid-back vibe with approachable faculty, even the ...” – Posted 12/25/16
“I hope this gives you an idea of what to expect at Madison. I personally feel it is one of the best programs out there in terms of the training provided and ...” – Posted 02/11/05
“Pros: Great camaraderie, good learning environment, good volume yet not overwhelming, no overnight call until Oct of R-2 year.
Cons: not much angio in IR ...” – Posted 12/14/04
“Residents protect the hierarchy instead to listen to suggestions. Don't respect the patients.” – Posted 07/31/17
“This is a great program. The faculty care about our education and about us as people. We get excellent operative experience - not just in numbers but in quality of experience. There are almost no fellows which means chief year is a real chief year.
Schedule is 6a-6p. No pre-rounding and everyone shares in seeing patients ...” – Posted 07/22/17
“This program went through a lot of changes over the last several years. Here are a few highlights:
Mount Sinai went on a buying spree and swallowed up St Lukes and Beth Israel. A lot of the inpatient psych wards moved to those sites, including child psychiatry, and the Mount Sinai main hospital only has adult and geriatrics. ...” – Posted 07/21/17
“There have been a lot of changes since the last review. Dr. Eloy was the successor program director to Dr. Delphin, who now works at Montefiore. Although no longer program director, Dr. Eloy is still part of the faculty and now holds a different position. Dr. Gajewski is the current program director who just started this ...” – Posted 07/19/17
“Positives-maybe that it's near Chicago, which is a great city.
Drawbacks-poor camaraderie, complete disregard for duty-hours and patient caps, less than stellar teaching
Would I choose this program if reapplying? No, I would not choose this program if I was reapplying.
What graduates do? 1/3 get fellowships, 2/3rds go ...” – Posted 07/17/17