The primary goal of OBGYN residency training program at The University of Arizona is to build outstanding physicians with expert surgical skills.  Our academic training program provides residents with state-of-the art simulators.

Resident physicians acquire knowledge and clinical acumen required to provide outstanding care in obstetrics & gynecology. The four-year program offers an intense exposure to general obstetrics and gynecology, as well as the subspecialties of Maternal Fetal-Medicine, Gynecologic Oncology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Family Planning and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

We strive to continuously educate other physicians, nationally and internationally in medical and surgical advances, and are active in the education of medical, nursing, pharmacy and public health students.

Our four-year residency training program is designed to provide a wide-range of women's health care. Residents gain exposure as a provider of primary care for women from our esteemed physicians who are well known and respected for unparalleled expertise in their specialties to include

Our doctors are nationally recognized as leaders in women's health care. Their clinical expertise, state-of the-art care and cutting edge research are offered to women throughout Southern Arizona.

The primary goal of OBGYN residency training program at The University of Arizona is to build outstanding physicians with expert surgical skills.  Our academic training program provides residents with state-of-the art simulators.

Resident physicians acquire knowledge and clinical acumen required to provide outstanding care in obstetrics & gynecology. The four-year program offers an intense exposure to general obstetrics and gynecology, as well as the subspecialties of Maternal Fetal-Medicine, Gynecologic Oncology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Family Planning and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

We strive to continuously educate other physicians, nationally and internationally in medical and surgical advances, and are active in the education of medical, nursing, pharmacy and public health students.

Our four-year residency training program is designed to provide a wide-range of women's health care. Residents gain exposure as a provider of primary care for women from our esteemed physicians who are well known and respected for unparalleled expertise in their specialties to include

Our doctors are nationally recognized as leaders in women's health care. Their clinical expertise, state-of the-art care and cutting edge research are offered to women throughout Southern Arizona.

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Dedicated to promoting excellence in the health care of women through:

  • Outstanding educational programs focused on improving the lives of women
  • State-of-the-art research and technology
  • Outreach to local, rural and international communities
  • Comprehensive clinical care

Department News

In June, Dr. Pam Lotke, assistant professor at the UA Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, spent two weeks in Nicaragua with Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer. It was her fourth trip to the country.

Dee Quinn spent much of her life on the East Coast before she came to Arizona more than two decades ago to continue doing the type of work she began out there.

Early in 2012, William A. Meyer Jr., MD, clinical associate professor at the UA Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, wrote, Challenging surgeries and medical circumstances exist in a beautiful emerging country located along the Red Sea . I can't wait to go back.

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