University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN

Emily Borman-Shoap, MD

Program Director

Amy Gaug

Program Coordinator

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • Multi-site training program with exposure to quaternary specialty care, level I trauma, and diverse patient populations

  • 3 main health systems: M Health Fairview University Children’s Hospital, Children’s Minnesota, Hennepin Healthcare, variety of community clinical sites as well

  • Strong global health program, huge variety of research opportunities and community engagement opportunities

DETAILS
  • 26 residents per class

  • About ½ to ⅔ go into fellowship each year

  • 18 different fellowships offered

  • Physician Scientist Training Pathway

  • Global Health Track

LOCATION

Minneapolis/St. Paul: Twin Cities (neighboring metropolitan areas) Great food scene, most theater seats per capita outside of New York Tons of green space, lakes, hiking, walking and biking trails that are very convenient Many professional and semi-professional sports teams Beautiful and affordable, experience and enjoy all 4 seasons

CURRICULUM
  • Schedule: 4 week blocks, 13 per year. No 24 hour calls for any resident at any level.

  • 10 elective rotations, elective catalog with over 40 options

  • Academic half day conferences, ALL residents excused from clinical duties to attend

DIVERSITY INITIATIVES
  • Funding visiting rotation for 4th year URiM students

  • Moving stipend for URiM residents and fellows

  • Resident Diversity Council with program support and mentorship

  • Improving bias and mistreatment reporting

  • IMG affinity group with quarterly gatherings

  • Health Equity Rounds lecture series

ON SOCIAL MEDIA

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