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Educating the next generation of pediatric urologists
Our fellowship in pediatric urology will provide you the foundation and skill to practice clinical medicine in children with a wide range of urologic conditions, as well as help you develop the techniques and principles to pursue an academic career.

The Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell offers a two-year fellowship training program in pediatric urology aimed at preparing you to obtain subspecialty certification in pediatrics from the American Board of Urology. The ACGME accredited clinical year consists of a combination of very high volume operative experience (over 1,700 cases per year including robotic/laparoscopic and reconstructive surgery), inpatient and outpatient clinic and consultative experience, and educational conferences in pediatric urology.

The clinical training is conducted primarily at Cohen Children’s Medical Center, a 202-bed teaching hospital committed to comprehensive care of children—from infants to young adults. A secondary experience takes place at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, where additional index cases are available. The second year integrates clinical and research work, in which academic endeavors are conducted with protected time.