Students & Professionals
Welcome to the Department of Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Our various divisions are committed to educating the next generation of surgeons and to helping our peers provide the highest-quality patient care. See below for information about our medical student, residency and fellowship programs, CME courses, and resources for referring physicians.
The Major Clinical Year Surgery Clerkship is often the first opportunity for medical students to fully immerse themselves in the operating room and discover their calling in surgery. Learn all the essential information you’ll need to get the most from your surgery rotation experience.
Information about our many postgraduate residency and fellowship programs covering all surgical specialities.
General Surgery Residency
Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency & Fellowship
Breast Surgery Fellowship
Endocrine Surgery Fellowship
Pediatric Surgery Fellowship
Pediatric Transplant Hepatology Fellowship
Plastic Surgery Residency
Transplant Hepatology Fellowship
Transplant Surgery Fellowship
Vascular Surgery Fellowship
The John Johns Surgical Society is the home for all of those that have trained with us over the years.
To help spread knowledge about best practices, ongoing research, and developing innovations, the Department of Surgery hosts in person and online educational talks and events throughout the year, many of which qualify for CME credits.
We consider referring physicians valuable members of every patient’s healthcare team. Our faculty work closely with referring physicians before and after treatment in our department in order to facilitate optimal care
The Divisions of Surgery at Columbia are leading surgical care through top-quality clinical expertise, academic excellence, and pioneering research.
Executive Consultation & Management
Columbia HeartSource, a service organization established by physician leadership at NYP/Columbia, works to establish cardiovascular centers of excellence and to help affiliate hospitals (in both the U.S. and abroad) to improve the quality of their cardiovascular surgery services.