The Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program at the University of California, San Francisco trains physician leaders who provide innovative, compassionate, and comprehensive health care for women by:
- caring for diverse patients within a variety of practice settings
- collaborating across clinical disciplines
- evaluating medical literature and applying medical evidence to clinical care, as well as conducting individual research
A Message from Our Directors
We are proud to help train incredible, talented, and motivated individuals who will make a difference in this world. We are looking for applicants who bring enthusiasm and innovation. We are the #1 NIH-funded women’s health program in the country and over half of our graduating residents enter further training including the traditional fellowships as well as Minimally Invasive Surgery, Global Health, and Palliative Care. We strive to train residents who will serve the workforce needs of our state and country and who will provide exemplary, patient-centered care to all patients including the most vulnerable. We are fortunate to have a diverse group of residents who enrich our department, augment the educational experience of our trainees, and enhance the care we provide our patients. We are strongly committed to evidence-based medicine, health equity, comprehensive reproductive health, and care for the underserved. These values are part of the air that we breathe and permeate our clinical care, research, and advocacy work. We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to our fabulous program.
Amy (Meg) Autry, MD
Director of Graduate Medical Education
UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences
Past President - Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO)
Sara Whetstone, MD, MHS
Associate Residency Director
EMPOWUR Curricular Lead (OB/GYN)
UCSF Dept of Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences
In honor of Dia de Los Muertos, our residents created a very powerful and important altar to honor women who have died in childbirth across the globe. The altar entitled “A las madres que mueren al parir” was one of 9 large altars in this celebration of culture in the Mission. The altar was inspired by a similar homage to women in Mexico City and was displayed at the San Francisco Alamo Draft House.