Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School
Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Training Sites

Rutgers Health - New Jersey Medical School
Vascular Surgery Fellowship

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University Hospital, Newark, NJ. University Hospital is a 519-bed facility and the primary teaching hospital for Rutgers -New Jersey Medical School and its associated residency and fellowship training programs. It is the site of the Level 1 Trauma Center for the northern half of New Jersey. There are approximately 9,000 surgical admissions each year and 6,500 surgical procedures are performed in the 14 operating rooms. The vascular surgery staff have privileges to perform endovascular diagnostic and interventional procedures within the operating rooms and cardiac catheterization laboratories. At this quaternary care, academic referral center, our fellows are exposed to a wide array of vascular surgery problems ranging from common, everyday operations to complex open and endovascular reconstructions. The vascular surgery service clinic is run by the vascular surgery fellow, under supervision by a faculty vascular surgeon, and will afford the trainee the opportunity to take a patient through all phases of perioperative care

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, a major affiliate of RWJBarnabas Health System is a 665-bed quaternary care, teaching hospital that provides comprehensive health care for the region. Staffed with more than 800 physicians, 3200 employees, and 150 volunteers, the hospital is ready to provide the highest quality care to the patients. Newark Beth Israel is home to one of the nation's 10 largest heart transplant centers, RWJBarnabas Health's Heart Failure Treatment and Transplant Program; New Jersey's only Advanced Lung Disease and Transplant Program; and a Valve Center that performs more cardiac valve procedures, including minimally invasive trans-catheter aortic valve replacements (TAVRs), than any other center in the state. In addition to the operating room and cath lab, vascular surgeons routinely perform cases in the state of the art Hybrid room including complex cases such as Fenestrated endovascular aortic aneurysm repair and TCAR.


Saint Barnabas Medical Center. SBMC, an affiliate of RWJBarnabas Health System, is a 577-bed non-profit major teaching hospital located in Livingston, New Jersey. Through the partnership with Rutgers University, RWJBarnabas Health serves as New Jersey's largest academic healthcare system featuring world-class medical education for the physicians of tomorrow. With the opportunity to learn in the facilities alongside access to the latest in clinical research, residents and fellows can work to grow into the future leaders of healthcare.
SBMC is a fully accredited acute care hospital and offers a comprehensive array of services including advanced open and endovascular procedures, advanced cancer care, sophisticated neurology and neurosurgery services including a neuro-interventional lab and cardiac care featuring three cardiac catheterization labs.

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Jersey City Medical Center, Jersey City, NJ. Jersey City Medical Center is a 316-bed non-profit regional referral, teaching hospital that sits on a 15-acre campus overlooking the New York Harbor and Liberty State Park. JCMC, a level 2 trauma center, is part of the RWJBarnabas Health network. It is Hudson County's largest provider of healthcare services with more than 18,000 admissions and over 80,000 emergency room visits each year. Here, Rutgers vascular surgeons bring their experience in complex interventions to a community-based setting in the heart of New Jersey's second-largest city. The vascular surgery fellow will learn how to develop a community-based practice at a resource-rich community hospital within the largest health system in New Jersey, seeing patients with a variety of vascular pathologies needing ever-complex vascular reconstructions


Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ. A teaching affiliate of Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School, Hackensack University Medical Center is one of the largest and busiest hospitals in New Jersey. It is staffed by a large vascular surgery group that practices in all areas of the specialty and continues to push boundaries in endovascular interventions. The vascular surgery fellow will gain experience in a large, progressive private practice of vascular surgeons dedicated to the training of our fellows.