Residents spend one block each year on the gynecology oncology service. Here, residents gain experience in critical care and the management of complicated medical and surgical cases, under the supervision of the gyn-onc fellows and staff. Residents on the rotation are also active participants in the operating room five days a week. In the oncology clinic, residents see a wide range of patients, with approximately 11,000 clinic visits a year. This is also where residents learn the most about the management of dysplasia and gain experience with colposcopy and LEEP. Throughout the rotation, residents interact with faculty on a daily basis, both in the operating room and in clinic, as well as on ward rounds several times a week. Residents also participate in pathology review conferences weekly with the outstanding gynecologic pathology faculty.