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GME Program List

Yale-New Haven Hospital's GME department offers residency and fellowship programs. The programs are listed below, with a brief description and links for detailed information.

Our Programs

Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology: The program enables each resident to develop his or her skills to the highest capacity, by providing an in-depth didactic program, a wide variety of clinical experiences and outstanding teaching and mentorship.

Cardiac Anesthesiology Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Obstetrical Anesthesiology Fellowship: The one-year fellowship program is designed to allow the fellow maximal exposure to the management of complex obstetrical cases, clinical research and teaching opportunities. more

Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship: The 12-month subspecialty training program is designed to prepare physicians for the clinical practice of pediatric anesthesiology. Research opportunities are available and encouraged to assist those interested in a career in academic medicine. more

Dentistry

Dentistry: This certificate program is designed to develop essential clinical skills, attitudes, judgment and abilities related to the comprehensive practice of dentistry. more

Pediatric Dentistry: Residents in the two-year program treat children under the age of 19 and up to the age of 21, if referred from an outside agency that is consistent with YNHH policy. more

Dermatology

Dermatology: Residents give lectures to the staff of the Pediatric Primary Care Center and the Internal Medicine Primary Care Center, and often become involved in clinical and/or basic science research. more

Dermatopathology Fellowship: The one-year fellowship program provides excellent training in dermatopathology, with an opportunity for an additional six months to work on research projects. more

Surgical Dermatology Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine: The program offers exceptional training to prepare academically oriented leaders in emergency medicine. more

Internal Medicine

Allergy & Immunology Fellowship: The program emphasizes clinical, teaching and laboratory skills appropriate to this specialty. more

Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship: Fellows will develop their basic and clinical knowledge, procedural skills, clinical judgment, professionalism and interpersonal skills required as a specialist in cardiovascular diseases. more

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship: Advanced training in this subspecialty is offered as a two-year program, which may be integrated with the general clinical cardiology fellowship. more

Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency: The primary mission of the program is to train house officers to attain the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become excellent physicians, able to care for patients across the age span. more

Echocardiography Fellowship: Clinical training for all cardiology fellows includes three months within the first two years in the YNHH Echo Lab. more

Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism Fellowships: The Endocrinology Program offers separate fellowships concentrating on type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and bone and mineral metabolism. more

Endoscopic Ultrasound Fellowship: The one-year funded training program focuses on endoscopic ultrasound (EUS). more

Gastroenterology Fellowship: The program is designed to prepare individuals for academic careers in digestive diseases. more

Geriatric Medicine Fellowships: Two post-doctoral fellowship programs are offered: Geriatric Medicine and Geriatric Clinical Epidemiology and Aging-Related Research (T32). more

Heart Failure Fellowship: Training in the area of heart failure and cardiac transplantation is an integral part of the cardiology fellowship. more

Hematology Fellowship: The goal of the program is to provide clinical and research training in order to prepare trainees for careers as physician-scientists in academic medicine. more

Hepatology Transplant Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship: During this intensive one-year training program, fellows develop clinical expertise in symptom assessment and management as well as advanced communication skills with patients, families, and other health care providers. more

Infectious Diseases Fellowship: The program includes one year of full-time clinical training and two (or more) years of clinical or laboratory research. more

Internal Medicine (Traditional): The overarching goal is to prepare each resident with a solid grounding in internal medicine in an environment that strongly fosters intellectual curiosity and a spirit of inquiry. more

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship: The one-year fellowship, certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, is for subspecialty training in angioplasty. more

Medical Oncology Fellowship: The program provides comprehensive clinical training in the diagnosis and management of neoplastic disorders and a meaningful research experience that prepares trainees for an academic career. more

Nephrology Fellowship: The program offers fellows several options for clinical and research training in nephrology. more

Nuclear Cardiology Fellowship: Training leads to ACC/ASNC Level III certification in Nuclear Cardiology and Nuclear Regulatory Committee licensure after completion of the radiation physics course. more

Preventive Medicine (Occupational): The program offers an integrated two-year academic and practicum program, with an optional third year for additional research experience. more

Primary Care: The program seeks to train physicians who desire a generalist background to their careers in medicine, whether as a general internist, subspecialist, practitioner, educator or researcher. more

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship: The three-year program includes at least 18 months of clinical training and 18 months of research in PCCM medicine. more

Rheumatology Fellowship: The training program is designed to prepare postdoctoral fellows for careers in academic investigative rheumatology, offering both clinical and research fellowships. more

Sleep Medicine Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Neurology

Epilepsy Fellowship: The program typically includes two years of clinical training in an inpatient and outpatient setting, as well as research that may be basic or clinical. more

Neurology: The residency program offers comprehensive clinical training in all aspects of neurology, while helping each resident to identify and achieve his or her individual career goals. more

Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship: The program covers all aspects of EMG/NC studies, providing excellent clinical experience and research opportunities. more

Neuro-Oncology Fellowship: The one- or two-year program offers the entire spectrum of clinical Neuro-Oncology, multidisciplinary teaching sessions, clinical trials and basic research. more

Neurosurgery

Epilepsy Surgery Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Neurosurgery: The seven-year program provides a broad neurosurgical background, exposing residents to subspecialty neurosurgery and opportunities in basic and clinical research. more

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine: The program provides residents an optimal state-of-the-art and diverse environment in which they learn nuclear medicine. more

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Looking for the best Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery program in the country, Cesare Ciavarro, D.D.S., researched 20 schools, interviewed at 14, and ranked Yale-New Haven Hospital as his No. 1 choice. more

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Obstetrics & Gynecology: The primary goal of the residency program is to produce OB/GYN clinicians who have outstanding knowledge, a strong theoretic base and expert surgical skills. more

Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship: The three-year program is designed to educate physicians in the comprehensive management of women with cancer of the reproductive organs. more

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship: The program combines exceptional clinical training in high-risk obstetrics with an array of opportunities in basic science, clinical and translational research. more

Reproductive & Endocrine-Infertility Medicine Fellowship: The three-year program offers an interdisciplinary clinical and research training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. more

Urogynecology Fellowship: The three-year program ensures that the fellow acquires the clinical skills needed to provide comprehensive management to women with a broad range of pelvic floor disorders. more

Ophthalmology

Glaucoma Fellowship: The fellow in the one-year program becomes an active member of the Glaucoma Section, working closely with the clinical faculty and the glaucoma resident in the clinical and surgical care of glaucoma patients. more

Ophthalmology: The three-year residency program is designed to train future leaders in both clinical and academic ophthalmology. more

Retina Fellowship: The two-year program is devoted to clinical training in the evaluation, diagnosis, and medical and surgical management of vitreoretinal diseases. more

Oculoplastics Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Orthopaedics

Podiatry: Please contact the department office for more information.

Orthopaedics and Neurosurgery

Spine Surgery Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation

Orthopaedic Surgery: The concept of graduated responsibility, a firm commitment and characteristic of this residency program, is realized through two parallel approaches, one structural and the other based upon individual assessment. more

Pathology

Blood Bank & Transfusion Medicine Fellowship: The one-year program is a primarily clinical experience, centered at Yale-New Haven Hospital with a 6-week rotation at the American Red Cross Connecticut Region in Farmington, CT, and a 4-week rotation at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System West Haven Campus. more

Cytopathology Fellowship: A critical and unique part of the three- to four-year program is the understanding and application of advanced molecular techniques to cytodiagnostics. more

Endocrine, Head & Neck Pathology Fellowship: The one-year clinical program is designed to develop diagnostic expertise in surgical pathology, specifically endocrine, head and neck pathology for either academic or community settings. more

Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship: The one-year program combines training in diagnostic gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology with clinical research, and an opportunity to spend additional years in basic research. more

Gynecologic and Breast Pathology Fellowship: The one- to two-year program combines training in diagnostic breast and gynecologic surgical pathology with training in translational research. more

Hematopathology Fellowship: The program is designed to provide a comprehensive experience in all aspects of hematopathology, including consultative clinical practice, diagnostic testing, multi-level teaching and an understanding of the principles of biomedical research. more

Medical Microbiology Fellowship: The one-year program, for physicians board certified or eligible in Clinical Pathology or Infectious Diseases, combines clinical, research and teaching responsibilities. more

Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship: The program is a joint activity of the Departments of Pathology, Laboratory Medicine and Genetics at Yale School of Medicine and the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at the Connecticut VA Medical Center. more

Neuropathology Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Pathology: The residency program focuses on developing and enhancing the role of the pathologist as a diagnostic consultant, using both traditional techniques and state-of-the-art approaches. more

Surgical Pathology Fellowship: The program provides clinical and academic training in various subspecialties. more

Pediatrics

Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship: The three-year program is a balance between extensive clinical exposure to a broad spectrum of congenital and acquired heart defects and cardiac arrhythmias, and active clinical or basic research. more

Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship: The philosophy is to design a training program to achieve the specific career goals of each trainee under the mentorship of senior clinical and research faculty. more

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship: The three-year program includes pediatric emergency medicine rotations, plus collateral activities and training. more

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship: The first year of the program is primarily spent in clinical training, with the remaining two to three years in research. more

Pediatric Gastroenterology/Hepatology Fellowship: The program's goal is to equip the subspecialty resident with the clinical and research skills to become an independent and productive academic pediatric gastroenterologist. more

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship: In addition to clinical training, each fellow completes a closely mentored research project, available in three broad disciplines — global infectious diseases, microbial pathogenesis, and clinical/molecular epidemiology. more

Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship: The three-year program is open to pediatricians who have completed residency training and are interested in clinical neonatology and developmental biology. more

Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship: The program provides broad experience in the clinical discipline of nephrology and intensive research training. more

Pediatrics: The residency program provides an outstanding education in pediatric medicine while delivering the highest caliber of patient care, accomplished with the combined commitment of the Department of Pediatrics and Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. more

Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship: The goal of the program is to train physicians to be academic pediatric pulmonologists who can deliver compassionate, superior patient care and possess an excellent fund of medical and scientific knowledge. more

Psychiatry

Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship: The residency program provides advanced training in the evaluation, treatment, research and teaching of substance-related disorders, plus techniques required in the treatment of patients with dual diagnosis. more

Adult/Child Psychiatry: Please contact the department office for more information.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The program provides superior clinical skills in working with children and families in the full arena of community and clinical care settings and multidisciplinary context, as well as research opportunities. more

Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship: The program is a partnership between Yale School of Medicine's Law and Psychiatry Division and Yale Law School. more

Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship: The program is designed to provide psychiatrists with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders in late life, to develop skills as educators and to stimulate interest in research. more

Psychiatry: The four-year residency is designed to provide on-the-job training experiences, mentorship and an individualized education plan as the foundation for a career in psychiatry. more

Psychosomatic Medicine (Consultation Liaison Psychiatry) Fellowship: The program provides training in in-patient hospital consultation psychiatry at Yale-New Haven Hospital and the VA Connecticut Healthcare System. more

Public Psychiatry Fellowship: The program provides advanced training in clinical, administrative and legal aspects of psychiatry within the public sector, including policy development on a statewide level. more

Radiology

Breast Imaging Fellowship: The goal of the program is to provide the fellow with education and experience in the field of breast imaging and to apply this knowledge in reducing breast cancer mortality. more

Cross-Sectional Imaging Fellowships: Three types of fellowships are offered: Body (Cross-Sectional) Imaging, MRI and Cardiovascular Imaging. more

Diagnostic Radiology: The residency program provides training in image interpretation, clinical problem solving, performance of procedures, teaching and consultation, and research endeavors. more

MRI Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship: Training in the one-year program features plain film interpretation, including general orthopedics, trauma, pediatric imaging, orthopedic CT, MRI, interventional procedures (bone and soft tissue biopsies), arthrography, and CT guided tumor localization. more

Neuroradiology Fellowship: Fellows are exposed to a rich clinical experience derived from training at several Yale-New Haven facilities, with a combined total of 1150 beds in a tertiary referral center, as well as from outpatient specialty clinics. more

Nuclear Radiology Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

PET Imaging Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Thoracic Imaging Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Vascular & Interventional Radiology: Fellows receive training in all areas of diagnostic angiography, other than the coronary or intracranial distribution. more

Surgery

Interdisciplinary Breast Surgery Fellowship: The mission of the program is to train the candidate in first-rate patient care, to prepare future leaders in diseases of the breast, to push the frontiers of breast surgical science, to serve the community in promoting cancer prevention and cancer control, and to educate. more

Critical Care Surgery Fellowship: The program is designed to train leaders in academic surgical critical care and trauma through a rigorous clinical and educational experience. more

Endocrine Surgery Fellowship: The program provides advanced endocrine surgical training and research opportunities, conducted in an academic department emphasizing preoperative evaluation, operative skills and long-term management. more

Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Otolaryngology: The residency is a five-year categorical program including surgical training and clinical research. more

Pediatric Surgery: Educational opportunities include weekly curricular-driven Pediatric Surgical Teaching conferences, Surgical Grand Rounds and Tumor Board; the Surgical Skills and Simulation Center offers opportunities for surgeons-in-training to perfect their skills. more

Plastic Surgery: The residency is a fully accredited, six-year, integrated educational program. more

Plastic Surgery of the Hand Fellowship: Please contact the department office for more information.

Surgery (General): The residency program provides superior clinical and academic training to prepare residents to be the surgical leaders and educators of the future. more

Thoracic Surgery: The goal of the two-year residency is to train surgical specialists who will be qualified to practice this specialty and, particularly, who will have the opportunity and ability to become academicians. more

Transplant Surgery Fellowship: The two-year program involves the evaluation and management of kidney, pancreas and liver transplant surgery patients, with a focus on operative and non-operative decision-making. more

Vascular Surgery: The primary objective of the residency, which encompasses the training of vascular surgeons/scientists, is to produce individuals with superior skills in the management of patients with vascular disease. more

Therapeutic Radiology

Therapeutic Radiology/Radiation Oncology: This is a four-year clinical program, following the PGY-1 year, that combines clinical training and research opportunities. more

Transitional Year

Transitional Year: Yale-New Haven Hospital's Transitional Year Program provides well-balanced graduate medical education in several key clinical disciplines. Nine residents are accepted into our program each year. more

Urology

Urology: The program accepts two residents each year for three years of clinical urology training, following two years of a basic surgical program. There also is a two-year research training grant slot available on an elective basis. more

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