The fellowship program has a comprehensive experience spread over three training sites. Most surgical reconstructive procedures are performed within the Einstein Healthcare Network. A modest proportion of urologic cancer reconstruction cases can be done at the Fox Chase Cancer Center.
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
This is a large academic Level 1 trauma center located in an urban location within North Philadelphia. Fellows will spend a portion of their time at this site learning principles of management of urotrauma as well as caring for an indigent patient population with reconstructive urology needs.
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
This is a large academic medical center in an immediate northwest suburb of Philadelphia. Strategically located, this center serves as the primary location for surgical management of referrals to Drs. Simhan and Cohn from northern and central Pennsylvania. Opened in 2012, this medical center offers its patients, families, and physicians modern technology and facilities to optimize care and education.
Fox Chase Cancer Center
As the definitive, comprehensive NCI-designated cancer institution of the region, this well-established urologic oncology experience offers high volume routine and advanced cancer care for many patients in the region. Fellows will have opportunities to participate in open and robotic urologic reconstruction (e.g. urinary diversion) with the urologic oncology faculty at this training site.
At the termination of training, fellows will have acquired demonstrable knowledge and surgical expertise in the management of a variety of male and female reconstructive urology conditions.