Plastic Surgery Integrated Residency Program

Integrated Program Overview

The MUSC Plastic Surgery Residency Program provides comprehensive training in all aspects of the specialty, including clinical and basic research. One six-year residency position is available each year. In addition, a three-year fellowship is run alongside the residency, for a total of 9 trainees. 

The Division of Plastic Surgery performs more than 600 inpatient and 1,400 outpatient cases per year. Residents rotate through a variety of clinical settings in five hospitals, including both academic and private practice environments.  Five core faculty and several community physicians provide comprehensive training throughout all years of training. 

All major aspects of the specialty are emphasized, including but not limited to the following:

  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Hand Surgery
  • Craniofacial Surgery
  • Body Contouring
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Maxillofacial Trauma
  • Oncologic Reconstruction
  • Trauma Reconstruction
  • Cutaneous Malignancies

In addition, residents receive training in the following surgical specialty areas:

  • Trauma Surgery
  • Transplant Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • ENT Surgery
  • Dermatologic Surgery
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Oral Maxilla Facial Surgery
  • Surgical Critical Care
  • Surgical Oncology
  • Gastroenterology Surgery
  • Vascular Surgery


Residents are expected to participate in research projects within the Division of Plastic Surgery and will submit at least one paper annually to a peer-reviewed journal. 

Educational Activities

Plastic surgery residents participate in two weekly conferences and a monthly journal club, and attend two major regional or national meetings each year. 


Meet our current residents.


The MUSC Residency in Plastic Surgery is an integrated program that accepts one medical students through the NRMP. We accept applications through ERAS only. Please refer to the ERAS website and your dean’s office to complete your application to the program.

No supplementary materials outside ERAS are required.

Applications will be reviewed and the interview date will be scheduled around mid-January each year. Each candidate will have personal interviews with the attendings and a chance to speak more informally with residents. On the night before the interview, an informal social event will be held for applicants and residents. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact June Cameron at