To understand how to evaluate and treat patients with pediatric colorectal problems.
Understand the newborn assessment of associated malformations and anorectal malformations
Recognize the different types of anorectal malformations
Understand the proper newborn radiologic evaluation for anorectal malformations
Determine the correct newborn surgical intervention in anorectal malformations
Understand the newborn assessment and treatment of Hirschsprung’s disease
Develop expertise in the surgical management of index colorectal conditions
Understand multidisciplinary medical and surgical management for the variety of colorectal problems
Understand surgical interventions for fecal incontinence
Understand the assessment of complex Hirschsprung’s disease with postoperative soiling or obstructive symptoms
Understand the medical and surgical management of intractable idiopathic constipation
Eligible candidates should have completed at least 3 years of general surgery training at an ACGME-approved (or equivalent) general surgical residency.
International applicants must have completed their pediatric surgery training and have USMLE, ECFMG, and ability to secure a state of Ohio training license. According to Children’s policy, foreign medical graduates are expected to have a J1 visa. Exceptions to this requirement must be approved by the Designated Institutional Official, the Program Director, and the Senior Vice President - Human Resources in advance of the letter of offer.
Interested applicants should send the following;
1) Curriculum Vitae
2) Two letters of recommendation from pediatric surgeons with whom you have worked
Center for Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction
Department of Pediatric Surgery
700 Children’s Drive- ED377
Columbus, Ohio 43205