The Residency in Otolaryngology

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology offers an exceptionally strong training experience for otolaryngology residents. The fundamental principle of the program is that resident responsibility is allocated gradually over the course of the five-year program, equivalent with the resident’s abilities and maturity.

The greatest strength of our program is the outstanding and committed teaching staff of full-time faculty, all of whom place the excellence of the residency-training program as their highest priority in their academic endeavors.

The administrative, research, and a portion of the clinical activities of the Department of Otolaryngology are housed in the Eye & Ear Institute, one of the few centers in the United States dedicated solely to the specialties of otolaryngology and ophthalmology.

Additional inpatient and outpatient clinical sites are located at UPMC hospitals, including:

  • UPMC Presbyterian
  • UPMC Montefiore
  • UPMC Mercy
  • UPMC Shadyside
  • Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
  • Affiliated VA Hospital (located a short walk from the Eye and Ear Institute)

Today, with 80,000 employees, UPMC is comprised of more than 30 hospitals and a network of other care sites, including:

  • Doctors’ offices
  • Cancer centers
  • Outpatient treatment centers
  • Specialized imaging and surgery facilities
  • In-home care
  • Rehabilitation sites
  • Behavioral health care
  • Nursing homes

How To Apply

For more information on how to apply to the Residency Program, contact Julie M. Englert at 412-647-4789 or email

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