Gynecological Oncology Fellowship

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The Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship is approved by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)

The Division of Gynecologic Oncology at Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple University Hospital offers a three-year fellowship for applicants who have completed an approved obstetrics and gynecology residency program.

The Division's mission is to train outstanding fellows who will become the future generation of leaders in academic gynecologic oncology. Our program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and will be participating in the NRMP Match. The program will accept one fellow each year for a three-year program.

Fox Chase and Temple University Health

Our Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship takes advantage of the combined resources of two of Philadelphia's most well-established academic medical centers to provide an outstanding and diverse educational experience for fellows.

Fox Chase Cancer Center, part of the Temple University Health System, is one of the leading cancer research and treatment centers in the United States. Founded in 1904 in Philadelphia as one of the nation’s first cancer hospitals, Fox Chase was also among the first institutions to be designated a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center in 1974. Temple University Hospital is the major clinical training site for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. The Hospital is a large urban academic medical center that sees over 35,000 inpatient admissions a year.

About Fox Chase Cancer Center

Fox Chase Cancer Center is an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Center includes a 100-bed hospital devoted entirely to cancer patients, an outpatient center which includes a facility for clinical cancer prevention and research, one of the oldest and most nationally recognized high risk programs in the country, and the Institute for Cancer Research.  The Center has a residency in radiation oncology, as well as fellowship programs in a variety of areas, including medical oncology and urologic oncology. The Center is also home to an SSO-approved General Surgical Oncology Fellowship. Residents from Temple University's Lewis Katz School of Medicine and other regional institutions also rotate at the Center.

About Temple University Health System

Temple University Health System (TUHS) is a $1.6 billion academic health system dedicated to providing access to quality patient care and supporting excellence in medical education and research.   The Health System consists of Temple University Hospital (TUH); TUH – Jeanes Campus; TUH-Episcopal Campus; TUH-Northeastern Campus; Fox Chase Cancer Center, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center;  Temple Transport Team, a ground and air-ambulance company; and Temple Physicians, Inc., a network of community-based specialty and primary-care physician practices. 

TUHS is affiliated with the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. The Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM), established in 1901, is one of the nation’s leading medical schools.  Each year, the School of Medicine educates approximately 840 medical students and 140 graduate students. Based on its level of funding from the National Institutes of Health, Temple University School of Medicine is the second-highest ranked medical school in Philadelphia and the third-highest in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Temple Health refers to the health, education and research activities carried out by the affiliates of Temple University Health System (TUHS) and by the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.  TUHS neither provides nor controls the provision of health care. All health care is provided by its member organizations or independent health care providers affiliated with TUHS member organizations. Each TUHS member organization is owned and operated pursuant to its governing documents.