Pediatric Surgery

The Pediatric Surgery fellowship program graduates qualified pediatric surgeons, who will be able to look after children with surgical problems.  The fellow will gain the required expertise in this field by spending enough time in one or several well-equipped centers to allow for the development of appropriate competence in the period suggested. 

Its objective is to acquire all of the required knowledge, skills and attitudes to practice and teach Pediatric General Surgery, and to participate in the progress of Pediatric General Surgery through research and publication. The fellowship is a three-year program in the following areas: Pediatric General Surgery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, and Pediatric Urology.

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