Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is concerned with women’s health, particularly as it may be affected by childbearing.

The program involves clerkships in the Buffalo General, Erie County Medical Center, Children’s, Millard Fillmore, Sisters of Charity, and Mercy hospitals. The gynecologic services of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center are also included.

Department Coordinator: Margie Brooks

Course Descriptions

3/13/20
The student is provided with an opportunity to develop clinical skills under adequate supervision in the areas of history taking, pelvic examination, special diagnostic procedures, differential diagnosis, observation and support of patients in labor, aiding and then conducting actual delivery and assisting at gynecologic operations.
3/10/20
This clerkship is comprised of predominantly inpatient experience, but participation in the outpatient clinic and emergency room is available. The clerkship will be part of the health care team comprised of the house staff and the attending staff and will assist in providing general obstetrical and gynecological care.
3/10/20
The intent of this rotation is to help students gain experience in methods of treatment and diagnosis of patients with gynecologic cancer.
3/10/20
The goals of this rotation are to allow the students to observe and participate in the clinical management of obstetric and gynecologic patients.
3/10/20
The sub-internship in maternal-fetal medicine is designed to provide the fourth year student with experience in complicated pregnancy management.
3/10/20
This elective is offered to fourth-year medical students who wish to gain experience in all aspects of reproductive endocrinology.
3/10/20
By arrangement with other university and chairman of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the School of Medicine.
3/10/20
Students may have an opportunity to work with a faculty member on an ongoing research project or a research project of their own.