Urology Residency

Program Director: John C Lyne, MD
Accreditation: ACGME
Program Length: 5 years
Residents per year: 2
Academic Affiliation: Drexel University College of Medicine

About the program

The goal of the AHN Urology Residency Program is to produce urologists with integrity and high ethical standards and of highest quality with the knowledge, clinical acumen and surgical skills to care for the entire spectrum of urologic disease. This goal is shared by our 8 full time faculty and 11 physician extenders. 

Mastery of the six core competencies as designated by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) forms the blueprint for this community-based training. We believe in a rigorous academic training program with a strong didactic schedule and a busy surgical caseload with exposure to clinical research experience. Emphasis will be placed on instructing the residents on the importance of a strong physician-patient relationship and delivering care with compassion.

We expect residents trained in our program will practice Urology with personal integrity, high ethical standards and respect for the patients and their families entrusted in their care. The goal of the AHN Urology Residency faculty is to make each of our finishing residents professionally competent and ethically sound.

Our clinical sites

Allegheny General Hospital (AGH)
Flagship hospital of the Allegheny Health Network (AHN), AGH is a tertiary academic medical center and serves as the base for the Urology program. It features a level 1 trauma center, state-of-the-art operating rooms and multiple robots. It is home to training programs in all the surgical and medical subspecialties.

West Penn Hospital (WPH)
Academic medical center which is home to surgical labs and serves as our secondary robotics facility where residents on the Oncology service will spend some of their time.

The Wexford Hospital
State-of-the-art brand new facility with robust ambulatory facilities and robotics in a community setting.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Nationally recognized leader in pediatric urologic care. Residents will spend 4 months in Columbus OH at Nationwide. Housing will be provided and residents will be off 3 of 4 weekends free to return home. 

About Graduate Medical Education

The Urology Residency program is part of the graduate medical education (GME) opportunities offered by the AHN Medical Education Consortium. Learn more about graduate medical education.

Contact us

Urology Residency Program

Maureen Koenig
Program Coordinator
(412) 412-7343