Residency


The academic requirements for starting residency training (post graduate clinical training) in the United States include successfully completion of Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Clerkships and parts 1 and 2 of the United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE). All Saints University has developed a network of doctors and specialists that provides its students with special guidance and tips to assist with application for residency positions in the United States and Canada.

Several Graduates of All Saints University are currently in residency in various specialties and at various reputable teaching hospitals across the United States and Canada. A few of the places where there is at least a graduate of All Saints University in residency include:

 

ALL SAINTS UNIVERSITY GRADUATES IN RESIDENCY


ALABAMA

  • University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama (Pediatrics)
  • University of Alabama, Selma Clinic, Alabama (Family Medicine)

CONNECTICUT

  • Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk (Internal Medicine)

GEORGIA

  • Atlanta Medical Center, Atlanta, Georgia (Family Medicine)
  • Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta (Internal Medicine)

ILLINOIS

  • Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago (Internal Medicine) x 2
  • University of Illinois, Peoria, Illinois (Pediatrics)
  • University of Illinois, Peoria, Illinois (Family Medicine)
  • Vanguard McNeal Hospital, Illinois (Internal Medicine)
  • Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois (Internal Medicine)

MANITOBA

  • University of Manitoba Hospitals (General Surgery)

MARYLAND

  • Franklin Square Hospital Center, Baltimore, Maryland (Internal Medicine)

MICHIGAN

  • Genesys Regional Medical Center, Grand Blanc, Michigan (Family Medicine)
  • Detroit Medical Center/ Sinai Grace Hospital, Michigan (Internal Medicine)
  • Wayne State University Hospital (Rehab. Med)
  • Henry Ford Health System, Detroit (Family Medicine)

MISSISSIPI

  • University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson (Psychiatry)

NEBRASKA

  • Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska (Family Medicine)

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire (Family Medicine)

NEW YORK

  • Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, New York (Surgery)
  • Staten Island University Hospital, New York (Internal Medicine)
  • Lincoln Medical Center, Bronx (Pediatrics)

NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

  • Dalhousie University Hospital, Halifax, Canada (Phys. Med. and Rehabilitation)

OHIO

  • University of Toledo Hospital, Ohio (Psychiatry)

ONTARIO, CANADA

  • St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Neurology)
  • McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada (Pediatric Neurology)
  • University of Toronto/ St. Michael's Hospital (Internal Medicine)

PENNSYLVANIA

  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pennsylvania (Internal Medicine)

PUERTO RICO

  • Hospital Ricardo Limardo, Puerto Rico (Internal Medicine)

SASKATCHEWAN

  • University of Saskatchewan Medical Center (General Pathology)

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • University of South Carolina Greenville Hospital, South Carolina (Psychiatry)

SOUTH DAKOTA

  • University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, SD (Internal Medicine)

TENNESSEE

  • East Tennessee State University Hospital, Johnson City (Internal Medicine)

WISCONSIN

  • Froedtert Medical Center of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Neurology)

WYOMING

  • University of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming (Family Medicine)