Otolaryngology Resident Rotations - Goals, Objectives, and Resident Responsibilities
The Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Resident Training Program at Johns Hopkins provides residents at levels PGY-1 through PGY-5 with the opportunity to be involved in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of common and rare ear, nose and throat clinical problems. Learn more about the overall goals common to all of the residency programs.
Find out more below about the the specific goals, objectives and responsibilities related to each of the Johns Hopkins Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery resident rotations:
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Find out more about the JHBMC residency rotation. This resident team consists of one OHNS PGY-2 and one PGY-4 resident.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC)
The GBMC resident team is composed of two OTO5 residents, two OTO4 residents (one dedicated to GBMC, and one who covers facial plastics), and one OTO3 resident. Read about the goals and objectives.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery
Each OTO4 resident spends 3 months on the combined GBMC/JHH facial plastic and reconstrrucive surgery service. Read about this rotation's goals and objectives.
Head and Neck
Discover more about the OTO 1, 2 and 5 Head and Neck Oncology Rotation.
Find out more about the Sinus/Laryngology PGY4 Rotation.
Learn more about the resident goals and objectives for the OTO2 Pediatric Otolaryngology Rotation.
Read about the goals and objectives of the otology residency rotation.