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Graduates of our residency program have been successful in a multitude of practice settings, including ambulatory or hospital-based primary care, emergency medicine, urgent care, and both categorical and combined Med - Peds subspecialties.

Forty-seven residents have completed their training here since our first class graduated in 2001.

Career Practice Settings

Graduates of our program are well-prepared for multiple practice and career settings, in primary or specialty care:

30% of our graduates practice primarily in an ambulatory medicine - pediatric primary care setting.  Some of these graduates also see hospitalized patients.

26% of our graduates work primarily as hospitalist physicians.  Of those graduates who work as hospitalists:

    - 17% are solely medicine hospitalists.

    - 17% are solely pediatric hospitalists.

    - 67% are combined medicine - pediatric hospitalists.

9% of our graduates work in an emergency room or urgent care setting.

4% of our graduates work in other non-direct-patient care positions, such as healthcare administration or healthcare information technology consulting.

34% of our graduates have completed or are currently completing a fellowship program.

28% of our graduates work primarily in an academic setting.


Graduates of our program have been successful matching into numerous fellowship programs around the country:

  Boston Children's Hospital / Harvard

    - Pediatric Medical Genetics

  Brown University

    - Adult Infectious Disease

    - Med - Peds Infectious Disease

  Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital / St. Louis University

    - Neonatology

    - Pediatric Critical Care

  Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn, NY)

    - Pediatric Emergency Medicine

  Medical College of Wisconsin

    - Pediatric Critical Care

  SUNY Downstate School of Medicine (Brooklyn, NY)

     - Pediatric Gastroenterology

  University of Florida

    - Adult Pulmonary & Critical Care

  University of Missouri - Columbia

    - Adult Critical Care

    - Adult Infectious Disease (2)

    - Adult Nephrology

    - Adult Pulmonary & Critical Care

    - Adult Rheumatology

  Washington University - St. Louis

    - Med - Peds Infectious Disease

    - Med - Peds Nephrology


Please contact our program director or residency coordinator should you have questions regarding our program outcomes.

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