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Our residents are provided with the knowledge, skills, motivation and mentorship guidance to pursue a wide variety of career choices. Approximately half of our graduates enter into subspecialty fellowships immediately after residency or one year after graduation. The most popular subspecialties are Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and Cardiology. The remaining residents join primary care practices, become pediatric hospitalists, work as emergency room associates, travel abroad to serve other populations in need or pursue other careers in public health and information technology. View our 2015-2019 Resident Fellowship Matches.
Take a look at what our graduating classes of 2015-2019 are doing now:
- 20 percent are in primary care
- 60 percent entered into subspecialty fellowships
- 12 percent pursued hospital-based careers
- 3 percent pursued urgent care or became emergency department associates
- 3 percent pursued other careers