Students participating in our residency and fellowship programs will benefit from an education enriched by the in-depth knowledge and understanding of today’s medicine that only a research hospital can provide.
Our program delivers an intense and demanding educational experience that will prepare students for every aspect of their careers.
Detailed information on our program is provided in our residency handbook. For your convenience, some general information and helpful links are included below.
Residency & Fellowship Requirements
Appointment to a residency or fellowship program and retention in that program follow policy set forth by both the College of Medicine and the State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision. It is important that residents are aware of requirements not only for appointment, but for continued training as well. Specific concerns relate to licensing examination rules and regulations that if not met in a timely fashion can cause interruption from or termination from programs.
Please refer to:
Residency, Internship & Fellowship Verifications
Graduate Medical Education verifications for internship, residency and/or fellowship completion should be verified directly through the physician’s specialty department. Contact information for each program can be found in the GME Programs Directory. You will be required to provide the physician’s full name, including any former name(s), date of birth, and the program start and completion dates. For more information, please contact Susan Glomset at 405-271-2265 ext. 48522.
Other Helpful Links
The following links provide specific information and related documents for current residents and fellows, as well as applicants:
Related Agencies & Organizations: