Multiple independent agencies accredit our graduate programs and residencies, ensuring that we provide education and training of the highest quality.
Accreditation signifies that we have met established standards for structure, function and performance. The accreditation certificate is the most visible result of the process. Its ultimate value lies in the ongoing self-analysis, peer review and participation in broader conversations about medical education that it engenders.
Accrediting agencies verify that our school’s curriculum is current, rigorous and wide-ranging, developing graduates’ skills in clinical practice, basic science and translational research as well as in communication and relevant behavioral and socioeconomic subjects. They confirm that our facilities, research support, professional development and other resources prepare students and residents for lifelong learning and the provision of excellent medical care.