Victoria McGlone

Victoria McGlone survived cancer and recovered very quickly thanks to a positive attitude, a compassionate NYM surgeon, and an advanced robot named daVinci.

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PGY-I

  • Team A: three months of general surgery, including head and neck, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery , “open” urology, and bariatric surgery.
  • Team B: three months of general surgery, including thoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
  • Team C: three and a half months of general surgery, including trauma.
  • Anesthesiology: two weeks.
  • Emergency Department: one month.
  • Vacation: one month.

PGY-II

  • Team A:  two weeks of general surgery, including head and neck, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, “open” urology and bariatric surgery.
  • Team B: one month general surgery, including thoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
  • Team C: one month general surgery, including trauma.
  • Cardiothoracic Surgery: one month.
  • Surgical Critical Care: seven months.
  • Burn Care: two weeks at Weill Cornell Medical College.
  • Vacation: one month.

PGY-III

  • Team A: three months of general surgery, including head and neck, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, “open” urology and bariatric surgery.
  • Team B:  two months of general surgery, including thoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
  • Team C: two and a half months of general surgery, including trauma, endoscopy, vascular laboratory and radiology.
  • Trauma: two months at Kings County Medical Center.
  • Transplantation: one month at Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
  • Burn Care: two weeks at Weill Cornell Medical College.
  • Vacation: one month.

PGY-IV

  • Team A: three and a half months of general surgery, including head and neck, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, “open” urology and bariatric surgery.
  • Team B: three and a half months general surgery, including thoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
  • Team C: four months of general surgery including trauma/ burns and trauma/ neurosurgery.
  • Vacation: one month.

PGY-V

  • Team A: three months and three weeks of general surgery, including head and neck, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, “open” urology and bariatric surgery.
  • Team B: three months and three weeks of general surgery, including thoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
  • Team C:  three months and three weeks of general surgery including trauma/ burns and neurosurgery.
  • Vacation: one month.

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