Obstetrics & Gynecology
Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Program at Monmouth Medical Center
About the Program
Residents in Monmouth Medical Center’s obstetrics and gynecology
program learn more than just the medical skills needed to become a physician
in this specialized field. They develop an equally important skill—how
to treat patients as people, offering them and their families the support
they need at what could be the most joyful, or most difficult, time of
their lives. After completing the four-year residency—a total of
24 months devoted to clinical obstetrics and another 24 months to clinical
gynecology—residents are prepared either to enter private practice
or to enter a fellowship.
About the Faculty
A highly regarded teaching faculty brings a wealth of experience to the
residency program in academics, clinical knowledge and patient care. Certified
sub-specialists in maternal fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology
and gynecologic oncology are part of the faculty, which takes an active
role in helping residents plan their future-whether it’s starting
private practice or entering a postgraduate fellowship.
Chairman & Program Director:
Robert A. Graebe, M.D.