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​Plastic Surgery Residency and Fellowship Program

The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine plastic surgery residency program has two plastic surgery positions. The training program is a fully accredited training program. It offers two independent positions through the San Francisco Match (SF Match) as a three-year total training program after fulfilling the prerequisite requirements set forth by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. 

During the average rotation, each resident assumes increasing responsibility in both pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative patient care in all of the campus facilities. Residents are also expected to see patients in the plastic surgery clinics and attend grand rounds, conferences and journal club. 

Residents rotate at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center and Surgery Center, The Children’s Hospital, and Oklahoma VA Medical Center. Residents in our plastic surgery program can expect to perform an average of 2000 cases over their three years. Board passage rates for our residents has been 100% over the past 13 years.

There is a great deal of one on one teaching with our faculty to resident ratio, and a great deal of autonomy given to our residents. There are no fellowships offered at our program which allows for direct first hand involvement in patient care.  

Application Information

We are now accepting applications exclusively through the San Francisco Match. You can find information about the application process on that website. 

  • Rotation Schedule Each resident in our program keeps a detailed record of his/her personal operative experience, using the ACGME program. Copies of the records are on file in the departmental offices. 
  • Hospitals and Academic Facilities Learn more about our hospitals and clinics. 

Questions or comments?  

Magali Ochoa
Residency Program Coordinator 

Plastic Surgery Training

Plastic Surgery Training

  • Breast surgery
  • Craniofacial surgery
  • Microsurgery
  • Hand surgery/congenital hand
  • Facial trauma
  • Hand trauma
  • Oncologic Extirpation and reconstruction
  • Reconstruction after Mohs resection
  • Burn management

Additional training

  • Facial injections/fillers
  • Craniomaxillofacial courses
  • Cadaver dissections
  • Safety
  • Participation in local, regional and national meetings
  • Microsurgical Lab


Our residents get an equal amount of time on 

  • Craniofacial surgery
  • Hand surgery
  • Breast and microsurgery
  • General plastics
  • Cosmetic surgery

Educational Programs

  • Weekly didactic lecture/discussion
  • Weekly indications conference
  • Weekly attending ward rounds
  • Monthly journal club
  • Bimonthly M&M
  • Bimonthly research meeting 
  • In-service review
  • Yearly mock oral board exam

Current Fellows

Matthew T. Marr, MD

Robert T. Nevitt III, MD

Thomas Kerestes, MD

Joel M. Prince, MD

Abdel-Moneim Mohamed Ali, MD