Residency Programs List

An application for medical residency in the USA is very competitive. Residency programs requirements are different, and the number of programs is huge. Under such conditions, it is very important to have the right list of medical residency programs to apply to. Residency Programs List provides the most advanced search engine, unique ranking algorithms, and friendly interface to streamline your application.

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The list of medical residencies in the USA includes more than 5000 programs

Specialty ID Program State

Child neurology 1850121008 University of Alabama Medical Center Alabama

Dermatology 0800421013 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Arkansas

Emergency medicine 1100312056 University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson Arizona

Family medicine 1200511047 Kaiser Permanente Southern California (Los Angeles) California

Internal medicine 1400721073 University of Colorado Colorado

Internal Medicine-Pediatrics 7000814127 Yale-New Haven Medical Center (Waterbury) Connecticut

Medical genetics and genomics 1301000001 Children's National Medical Center Program District of Columbia

Neurology 1801113148 Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Jacksonville) Florida

Nuclear medicine 2001221083 Emory University Georgia

Obstetrics and gynecology 2201412007 Tripler Army Medical Center Program Hawaii

Ophthalmology 2401811056 University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Iowa

Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 2801621034 Rush University Medical Center Illinios

Pathology-anatomic and clinical 3001721111 Indiana University School of Medicine Indiana

Pediatrics 3201921086 University of Kansas (Wichita) Kansas

Physical medicine and rehabilitation 3402011019 University of Louisville Kentucky

Plastic surgery 3602131137 Tulane University Louisiana

Preventive medicine 3802477074 Harvard School of Public Health Program Massachusetts

Psychiatry 4002321289 University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt Maryland

Radiology-diagnostic 4202512092 Oakwood Hospital Michigan

Surgery 4402621163 Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Rochester) Minnesota

Transitional year 9992800071 Mercy Hospital (St Louis) Missouri

Urology 4802721075 University of Mississippi Medical Center Mississippi

Anesthesiology 0403631115 Duke University Hospital North Carolina

Dermatology 0803000001 University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine Nebraska

Emergency medicine 1103213208 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center New Hampshire

Family medicine 1203311191 Hunterdon Medical Center New Jersey

Internal medicine 1403400248 Mountain View Regional Medical Center New Mexico

Medical genetics and genomics 1303513051 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center New York

Neurological surgery 1603821065 Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Case Medical Center Ohio

Neurology 1803921141 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Oklahoma

Nuclear medicine 2004021065 Oregon Health & Science University Oregon

Obstetrics and gynecology 2204131244 St Luke's Hospital Pennsylvania

Ophthalmology 2404221141 University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico

Orthopaedic surgery 2604311162 Brown University Rhode Island

Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery 2804521100 Medical University of South Carolina South Carolina

Pathology-anatomic and clinical 3004621333 University of South Dakota South Dakota

Pediatrics 3204721227 Vanderbilt University Medical Center Tennessee

Physical medicine and rehabilitation 3404821101 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Texas

Plastic surgery 3604921103 University of Utah Utah

Psychiatry 4005011241 University of Vermont Medical Center Vermont

Radiation oncology 4305421107 University of Washington Washington

Radiology-diagnostic 4205612213 Aurora Health Care Wisconsin

Surgery 4405521366 Marshall University School of Medicine West Virginia

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Residency Programs List is an important step to residency

How do I get a medical residency in the USA? - is a common question not only for foreign graduates but for many U.S. students. The first thing that most students usually need to do is to pass the USMLE Step 1 exam. International students should start their preparation even earlier. U.S. medical residency is opened for international students and graduates, but before applying to programs foreign students must contact ECFMG, start the certification process, and pass USMLE Step 1 while need to start thinking about good performance evaluation and some U.S. clinical experience during training at medical school. Passage of Step 2 before an application is highly recommended for international graduates. U.S. osteopathic candidates, also, may need to pass USMLE exams to be matched. Good USMLE scores are very important for a successful application. The majority of programs use ERAS to accept applications for open residency positions. So, applicants must register and submit documents via ERAS. Some programs may not participate in ERAS and applicants may need to contact such programs directly. The next step is to choose the right programs to apply to. There are a lot of U.S. medical residency programs databases on the internet.
AMA's FREIDA medical residencies list provides information about minimum USMLE scores requirements, program work schedule, features, and benefits, contacts and a lot of other information self-reported by programs. FREIDA shows locations of participating institutions, filters programs by specialty, program type, location, first-year salary, visa, percentage IMGs, total positions, types of residency programs, etc. All above makes FREIDA a convenient source of information for U.S. medical graduates and an important source of basic information for IMGs.
AAMC Residency Explorer provides statistics about the number of applications, scores, sex, race and medical schools and other characteristics of matched candidates collected during the past several years for many programs. As an important feature for IMGs, this tool shows percentages of US and non-US international medical graduates matched into the program. Residency Explorer also compares your profile with profiles of matched candidates and provides basic search, bookmarking, and export features.
Residency navigator by Doximity targeted on collecting information related to the reputation of the programs. Residency navigator searches by locations, Urban/Rural, Large(Public), Pediatric, AOA (dual accreditation) characteristics of the programs.

So, what is the difference between ResidencyProgramsList and the others? First of all, Residency Programs List is targeted at providing information about residency programs requirements like minimum USMLE Steps scores, months of U.S. clinical experience, hands-on USCE requirements, time since graduation, first attempt passing, other possible program-specific requirements. The second direction is collecting information about the programs that willing to accept IMGs. And the third is ranking programs by probability to be inclined towards a certain candidate. All together makes ResidencyProgramsList an important tool for finding the right medical residency programs in USA.

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