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Urology Residents are required to complete two years of Surgery-In-General (SIG) Residency, which includes: 

  • 12 months in General Surgery rotation
  • Three months each in Emergency Medicine & Anaesthesia/Critical Care
  • Three months in the assigned surgical specialty
  • Three months in a rotation relevant to the surgical specialty

In addition, all Urology Residents are to complete: 

  • Six months of General Surgery 
  • Three-and-a-half years of Clinical Urology 

Residents rotate through three hospitals for their clinical training: Singapore General Hospital (SGH), KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) and Changi General Hospital (CGH). This combination of hospitals gives Residents the opportunity to care for a wide variety of patients who present a broad range of Urological diseases.

Sample Rotation Chart

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