Education and Training

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Fully accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), our residency program provides physicians with a broad foundation of knowledge and experience in the core disciplines of preventive medicine.

In conjunction with the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions, our program is available through a combined, four-year internal medicine-preventive medicine residency. The internal medicine residency program provides the first two years of training, followed by two years of training in preventive medicine, including the academic and practicum phases.

  • Goals and Objectives
    Our program conforms with training program goals and objectives as outlined by the American College of Preventive Medicine.
  • Curriculum Overview
    We provide broad-based training and educational experiences in preventive medicine through both an academic and a practicum phase.
  • Academic Phase
    The academic phase of the preventive medicine training begins on or about July 1 of the PGY-3.
  • Practicum Phase
    We combine our resources with those of affiliated hospitals, governmental public health departments, health agencies, health care providers and managed care organizations to provide you with a comprehensive training experience.