As the state’s only public health and research university Oregon Health & Science University is the place where healing, teaching and discovery come together. OHSU educates and trains the health care professionals that Oregon communities need and provides care to those Oregonians with the most difficult health challenges. OHSU is a unique resource for Oregonians where OHSU faculty work every day discovering new ways to help save lives.
Graduate Medical Education (GME) is one of the central missions of Oregon Health & Science University. Graduate Medical Education training programs are offered in virtually all fields of medicine, as well as dental residencies, including Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery.
OHSU and the Portland VAMC are the major clinical teaching facilities of OHSU for undergraduate and graduate medical education . The patient care and teaching programs at the university and the Portland VAMC are under the direction and supervision of OHSU faculty. House staff participate in the care of patients in the hospitals and gain additional experience in community hospitals, which have affiliated teaching programs under the direction of the OHSU School of Medicine.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education coordinates house staff appointments and assignments. The office also assists in assuring excellence in the training programs and in serving prospective, current and past residents and fellows.
Detailed information regarding GME for a particular program or residency can be obtained by contacting the appropriate program director or coordinator.
2014 - 2015 GME BY-THE-NUMBERS
823 - total number of residents and fellows training at OHSU
84 - total number of programs with active trainees
102 - residents in Internal Medicine - largest GME program
73 - residents in Surgery program - second largest GME program
50 - residents in Pediatrics program - third largest GME program
65 - residents in combined Family Medicine programs