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Baylor University Medical Center

Baylor University Medical Center | ASCRS

Program Director: 
Warren E. Lichliter, MD
Baylor University Medical Center
3409 Worth Street
Suite 600
Dallas, TX 75246
United States
(214) 818-6496
(214) 820-7272

Number of Residents (per year): 2

Number of Faculty (ABCRS Certified): 9 

Salary/Year: $67,600

Case Mix/Number of Cases: Anorectal 160-200; Fiberoptic endoscopy 500; Sigmoidoscopy 150; Abdominal colon procedures 200 per year for program.

Strengths of Program: There is a high surgical volume with good mix of cases. There are 8-10 conferences per month as listed below. The resident takes call from home and weekend call is on average once a month.

Clinic and/or Office Experience: There is an active outpatient clinic run by the resident. In addition, he/she obtains six months of private office experience. 

Interaction with General Surgery Residents: A PGY 4 and PGY 3 general surgical resident rotates through the Colon & Rectal Surgery Department at all times. 

Conferences: There are three, one-hour lectures monthly, a book conference twice monthly, GI cancer conference twice monthly, radiology conference weekly, journal club bimonthly and pathology conference bimonthly. 

Anorectal Physiology: There is an active GI physiology lab.

Outside Rotations: None are offered. 

Research Year: None are available, but an animal laboratory is available for procedures or research projects. 

Requirement for Paper: A paper and/or a presentation at the Texas Medical Association Annual Meeting or the North Texas Chapter of ACS is encouraged.

Opportunity to Attend Meetings: Expenses are paid to attend ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting. Attendance at other meetings requires the presentation of a paper.