Chair and Program Director: Amar Singh, MD
Residency Coordinator: Stacey Blanks, CAP
Phone: (423) 778-4691
Fax: (423) 778-3375
Residency Home Page: www.comchattanooga.uthsc.edu/urology
UT Erlanger Urology Home Page: www.uturology.com/
Dr. Shridharani's Web Page: www.drshrid.com
Practice Facebook Page: UT Erlanger Urology
Residency Facebook Page: Department of Urology - UT College of Medicine Chattanooga
The ACGME has awarded Full-Continued Accreditation for our Urology Residency Program. The program is a four-year advanced residency, beginning at the PGY-2 level, following one year as a Preliminary Surgery Resident to be completed at our Institution.
We have successfully recruited and matched 3 resident positions. Our first resident, Nathan Jung, MD began his URO-1 year July 2015. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, class of 2014. Our second resident, Hugh Smith, MD began his URO-1 year in July 2016. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN, class of 2015. Our most recently matched resident is Amanda Carter, MD. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN, class of 2016. She is currently a Preliminary Surgery Resident at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga and will join our Urology Residency at the URO-1 level in July of 2017.
Our department is in its 2nd year as a fully accredited Urology Residency. We are excited to see our program grow. Our Urology faculty are comprised of six full-time urologists, four who have completed fellowship training covering all subspecialties of urological education. They are a diverse group with experience in robotic, minimally invasive and laparoscopic procedures, urologic oncology, female urologic conditions, urologic reconstruction, male infertility, vasectomy reversal, erectile dysfunction, endourology, pelvic floor conditions, incontinence, stone diseases and pediatric urology including treatment of congenital and acquired urological conditions and diseases in children.
We are the only academic medical center and major teaching hospital within a 70+ mile region. Our patient population is robust with regards to the spectrum of urologic disease. This includes underserved poor population that may often present with advanced untreated urologic disease not often seen in low-to-moderate volume centers. The experience gained by providing care for these patients further enhances resident education.
Overall Educational Goals and Objectives