Residency Programs in Staten Island, NY
Richmond University Medical Center has long been associated with graduate medical education. It is a serious and special commitment, and we value the unique dimension teaching brings to our services as a community hospital – an academic, energetic learning environment that only teaching hospitals possess.
Our residency programs in Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Radiology and Podiatryare well established and fully accredited, and the number and variety of programs are at levels seldom found in a community hospital setting. Our goal is to help develop superior clinical physicians who will work in a climate of collaboration and mutual support.
Residents choosing to do their training at Richmond University Medical Center will be given a unique experience. They will become a vital part of a community hospital which offers not only extensive clinical exposure to a broad range of medical problems, but also the opportunity to experience meaningful involvement with patients and their families as we care for them within the context of patient-centered medical homes. They will also enjoy the didactics and rounds with faculty who will help them prepare for certification in their specialty as well as the independent practice of medicine.
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Internal Medicine Residency is an ACGME fully accredited and approved three-year training program designed to train people who are interested in primary care or entering any of the variety of internal medicine subspecialty fellowships.
The Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency at RUMC is a four-year program with four residents at each level. Our program was recently re-accredited by ACGME for the maximum allowable time period, an indication of our commitment to resident education.
The Pediatric Residency Program at RUMC is three-year training program recently accredited by the ACGME for 10+ years designed to train physicians who are interested in pediatrics or entering any of the variety of pediatric subspecialty fellowships.
The Podiatric Residency at Richmond University is a three-year program with RRA and has 2 Residents at each level. The program has a primarily surgical focus which provides recent graduates with the opportunity to gather extensive experiences in the conditions associated with a general podiatric medical and surgical practice.
RUMC offers one of the largest arrays of emergency, inpatient and ambulatory mental health and substance abuse programs in the state of New York. The Psychiatry Residency has been a continuously accredited operation since 1970.
New York Medical College (Richmond) Diagnostic Radiology Residency is a fully accredited ACGME four-year resident training program. An ACGME-approved internship is a prerequisite.
RUMC is a participating site in the SUNY Health Science Center Brooklyn program.