FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY
Kelly Burchett, D.O.
Number of Total Slots Approved
(including OGME 1)
Program and Didactics
The training program in Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery consists of a period of five years of specialized training in Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery. The first year includes six months of general surgery followed by four years in the specialty area. Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery training shall include the teaching of all types of general commonly known diagnoses, pre and postoperative care and allied subjects as related by other departments. This will be supplemented by conferences, seminars, lectures, videos, audiotapes, programs, post mortem cases, and all meetings required by the hospital general resident training program.
A large number of procedures are performed spanning the scope of ENT.
Schedules and Rotations
Approximately 25 hours per week are scheduled in the ambulatory care clinic, 20 hours per week in surgery, and 5 hours per week in academic pursuits. Residents participate in outside rotations spending approximately 4 months each year on outside rotations.
Call is set forth in accordance with the AOA guidelines.