The Obstetrics & Gynecology Department at USF is committed to delivering the highest quality and most compassionate patient care, training highly competent and caring clinicians, and generating the most innovative research.
To these ends the Department provides up to date clinical services to care for women at all stages of their lives. The Department sponsors a four year American Board of Ob/Gyn-approved residency in Ob/Gyn and Board approved fellowships in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Gynecologic Oncology. The Department faculty and training programs have been home to many internationally recognized leaders in Ob/Gyn.
Please visit the Urogynecology website at www.usfurogyn.com and the USF In-Vitro Fertilization website at www.usfivf.com.
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