The General Surgery Residency program at Brandon Regional Hospital has a simple goal for its residents: to train well rounded surgeons. This is the mission that guides the program. To that end, trainees accepted into the program will be exposed to a wide range of surgical diagnoses across varied rotations, the purpose of which is to ensure that general surgery residents get to experience many different types of surgeries. Trainees will observe, learn, participate, and operate under the guidance of greatly experienced surgeons.
Brandon Regional Hospital is a community-based teaching hospital that serves a diverse population in Brandon, Florida, just east of Tampa. The program has two participating institutions aside from Brandon Regional Hospital: Blake Medical Center, and Largo Medical Center. Blake Medical Center, is a level 2 trauma center where trainees will be able to gain experience in trauma (operative and non-operative), surgical critical care, and burns. The program has also partnered with Largo Medical Center.
For more information, please contact our Program Coordinator via email.