Otolaryngology training for a new generation of physicians and scientists
The UW Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery develops, promotes and advances our specialities by comprehensively training physicians, fellows, medical students and graduate students.
Our diverse, multi-disciplinary faculty is sought out nationally and internationally to further otolaryngology education around the world.
Our instruction and training occurs throughout the University of Washington system including UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Puget Sound Veteran’s Administration Hospital, UW Eastside Specialty Clinic, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and the Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center.
- CLICK HERE for information specific to the residency program.
- VIDEO: Who We Are: UW Otolaryngology Residents
MORE VIDEO RESOURCES
UW Medicine. In the first three videos below, prospective residents and fellows can learn a little more about what life is like in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest and what you can expect from a residency or fellowship at the University of Washington. You will also find some useful resources and information in this letter from our Vice Dean for Graduate Medical Education, Byron Joyner. Visit the UW Medicine GME page on prospective residents and fellows for additional information.
Pediatric Otolaryngology. Prospective residents and fellows interested in pediatric otolaryngology will find additional helpful resources in the Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship page.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ABOUT GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Below are two videos from UW Medicine Office of Graduate Medical Education: