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  • MedRookie

    Administrator
    July 23, 2017 at 4:07 pm

    Here’s a link that lists the length of residencies in USA. Hope this helps.

    EDIT: I posted the list below just in case the link does not open up.

    [LIST]
    [*]Emergency Medicine: 3 – 4 years
    [*]Family Practice: 3 years
    [*]Internal Medicine: 3 years
    [*]Pediatrics: 3 years
    [*]Obstetrics and Gynecology: 4 years
    [*]Pathology: 4 years
    [*]Psychiatry: 4 years
    [*]General Surgery: 5 years
    [*]Neurosurgery: 7 years
    [*]Orthopedic Surgery: 5 years (includes 1 year of general surgery)
    [*]Otolaryngology (ENT): 5 years
    [*]Urology: 5 years (includes 1 year of general surgery)
    [*]Plastic Surgery: 6 years
    [*]Anesthesiology: 3 years plus PGY – 1 Transitional / Preliminary
    [*]Dermatology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary
    [*]Neurology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary
    [*]Ophthalmology: 3 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary
    [*]Physical Medicine: 3-4 years
    [*]Diagnostic Radiology: 4 years plus PGY -1 Transitional / Preliminary
    [*]Allergy and Immunology: 3 years (Internal Medicine or Pediatrics)

    [*]Transitional / Preliminary: 1 year
    [/LIST]

    Source: Washing University St. Louis ‘Length of Residencies’