Gastroenterology Fellowship Program

Fellowship Highlights

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The UToledo fellowship in clinical gastroenterology is approved by the Accredited Council for Medical Education (ACGME). With the program's affiliation with ProMedica Toledo Hospital and the University of Toledo Medical Center, fellows are exposed to faculty dedicated to providing teaching, research, and clinical activities at the highest standard.  This affiliation provides the Gastroenterology fellow with access to a full range of diversified cases with patients from wide-ranging backgrounds, demographics, and conditions.

An important part of the Gastroenterology Fellowship here at the University is a dedication to research opportunities directed toward the development of leading-edge diagnostics and treatments for our patients.  The division supports an active body of researchers and staff who are constantly engaged in short and long-term projects and studies focused on treatments, cures, and disease prevention of the digestive tract and liver.

A broad spectrum of clinical gastroenterology and hepatology issues are encountered through the out-patient and consultative inpatient services at the hospitals. Procedures including upper and lower diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, ERCP, papillotomy, polypectomy, small bowel enteroscopy, double-balloon enteroscopy, esophageal, small bowel, and anorectal motility, and GI biopsies are carried out in fully equipped inpatient and outpatient clinical gastroenterology suites with fluoroscopic capabilities.

Case Volumes:

Below is a cumulative average of procedures performed during your fellowship period.

Average Number of Procedures:

  • Upper Endoscopy: 550-600
  • Colonoscopy: 400-650

Board Passage Rates

The University of Toledo Gastroenterology Fellowship has a cumulative first-time board passage rates of 100% for all matched fellows. 

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Last Updated: 8/11/23