An exceptional environment for learning and training

As a medical student or resident, you can expect exceptional learning opportunities from the Division of Digestive Care and Endoscopy, thanks to our division’s collaborative model of care and research-intensive environment.

Our role at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, a referral base covering Atlantic Canada, offers you exposure to a high volume and breadth of pathology. Our division’s close collaboration with colorectal, GI oncology, surgical and hepatology groups prepares you for practice in a multi-disciplinary team environment. Furthermore, our high staff-to-learner ratio ensures an exceptional level of support and mentorship.

Subspecialty residency training in gastroenterology

Consider our fully-accredited two-year gastroenterology subspecialty training program. You’ll benefit from a training environment that offers exposure to:

  • a broad range of gastroenterology and liver diseases
  • considerable practice experience
  • a high staff to resident ratio

The result? You’ll graduate with the skills to tackle a wide variety of clinical challenges and be poised to lead your field.

Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship

In 2021, we are pleased to formally establish an Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship program. This one year program offers further training in Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) for adult gastroenterologists.