This four-year, specialty- track program provides general training in obstetrics and gynecology as well as in all the subspecialties. Residency training is conducted at Kennedy Health System at Washington Township located in Turnersville, NJ. Obstetrics and gynecologic surgery are also practiced in the hospital. Residents may also complete a two month rotation in gyn-oncology at Cooper University Hospital which is in close proximity to Kennedy Health System.
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is committed to producing a qualified, competent, practitioner of obstetrics and gynecology by fostering an educational environment, comprehensive experiences in patient care, and guidance into leadership roles.
Our vision is to promote excellence in women’s health and a training program that gives trainees the capability to enter subspecialty training programs or to enter confidently into the practice of obstetrics and gynecology in the setting of their choice.
From Our Residents
"What's great about our residency is it's dedication to building a firm foundation in ob/gyn. From day one, residents are exposed to obstetrics, high risk deliveries, gyn surgeries and even subspecialty cases ." This philosophy allows first year residents to begin to develop surgical skills as well as keep fourth year residents fresh in obstetrics and gynecology surgeons - Deborah White, DO, PGY4
"The residents and staff are like a family. We have a great work environment where everyone lends a hand." — Casey Danielsen, DO, PGY5
"RowanSOM is a great place to train not only because of the experience and education provided but because of the working environment. The residents and attendings are always a pleasure to work with. This program prides itself on working together as a team in a supportive fashion to reach a common goal of high quality standards, excellent patient care and strive toward academic excellence." - Jennifer Gaide, DO (Graduated 6/30/12)