General Surgery

The UCLA Department of Surgery is dedicated to training the surgical leaders of the future. We target the top 10% of academically-minded applicants and bring our residents through a structured educational program that maximizes their opportunities for post-residency training and all career models in surgery.
General Surgery Residency

Plastic Surgery

The UCLA Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery is pleased to announce that the ACGME has approved its application to transition from a three-year independent residency program to a six-year integrated program, with an approved complement of three residents per year, beginning in July 2013.
Plastic Surgery Residency

Podiatric Surgery

The Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency with Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle (PMSR/RRA) at UCLA is a CPME-accredited, three-year program training four residents annually. Residents gain extensive clinical experience at top Los Angeles hospitals, covering a wide range of lower extremity pathologies, and participate in well-funded research, preparing them for expert care in podiatric medicine and surgery.
Podiatric Surgery Residency

Vascular Surgery

The primary goal of the UCLA Vascular Surgery Residency Program is to prepare the trainee to function as a specialist in vascular disease management, including the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of vascular disease; treatment  encompasses medical, open, and endovascular surgery. A competent resident must have a dedication to self-study and lifelong learning. The residency experience is designed to promote a fundamental understanding of vascular disease that encourages professional growth as a practitioner of vascular medicine, vascular surgery, and endovascular therapy.
Vascular Surgery Residency