Learn what McMaster Postgraduate Medical Education has to offer
McMaster PGME provides an environment where Learners can develop the skills to become expert physicians and leaders in healthcare. With multiple campuses connected to a range of teaching sites and resources, McMaster PGME offers Learners the tools needed to train successfully and the ability to tailor their training to meet individual goals.
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The Anesthesiology Residency training will take place in an atmosphere of mutual respect and collegiality, promoting the ability of residents to acquire the knowledge, skills, clinical judgment and experience that will enable them to independently practice as an Anesthesiologist in a professional, competent and skillful manner.
CaRMS dates are March 25th & 26th, 2021 virtually.
The department of Anesthesia is accepting 7 CMGs and 1 IMG for 2021 start. We also will accept Military and Pool C. If you are one of these candidates, please contact Candice Stroud-Grundy.
The Division of Cardiac Surgery is located at the Hamilton General site of the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation. It is a regional program providing adult cardiac surgery to Ontarians in Central South and Northern Ontario.
The McMaster Emergency Medicine Program offers a rich experience for residency training with a catchment area of approximately 2 million people in the greater Hamilton area as well as being the primary referral site for surrounding communities including Niagara and Kitchener Waterloo. We have over 80 faculty at multiple sites in and around Hamilton involved in residency education in this high acuity, high volume environment.
We also have a number of opportunities for subspecialty training and research both within the Division of Emergency Medicine as well as within the University as a whole. Residents within the Program have an abundance of opportunities to become involved in medical education, teaching and leadership based on where their interests lie.
Family Medicine Residency is an exciting and important time – the final step on your road to independent practice.
We have developed a balanced and innovative program intended to best support you along the way. Our goal is to prepare you, as a residency graduate, to begin comprehensive practice anywhere in Canada.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in our General Pathology Residency Program at McMaster University – a five year training program that offers an intensive and integrated approach to preparing residents for careers in academic and/or clinical practice. The program is designed to fulfill the specialty requirements of the RCPSC, but is sufficiently flexible to be tailored to individual needs of each resident, which is one of the many strengths of this program.
The General Surgery Residency Training Program at McMaster University prides itself on providing excellent clinical surgical care, exemplary teaching, and cutting edge research. Residency positions are available in both the Hamilton and Niagara program.
Wanted: Resident physicians in training who aspire to excel as clinicians, scholars, and leaders as they prepare for a career in Internal Medicine and its subspecialties. Our learning environment is enriched by a team of engaged faculty and resident physicians who support innovation and promote professional growth.
The Internal Medicine Residency program offers positions either within the heart of Hamilton or at our distributive site at the Waterloo Regional Campus; one McMaster program – two separate CaRMS application streams.
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Thank you for your interest in the McMaster Medical Microbiology Program. In conjunction with the Infectious Diseases Program, our program provides training in basic science Microbiology, Clinical Microbiology, Infection Control, Antimicrobial Stewardship, Laboratory Management and clinical Infectious Disease. The Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology programs function very closely together to the mutual benefit of all trainees. The program also has the unique advantage of having a teaching technologist to provide high level, detailed microbiology teaching for our residents.
Welcome to the Adult Neurology Residency Training at McMaster University! Our program is fully accredited with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and together with other Neurology Programs across the country, launched Competency-Based Medical Education in July 2020.
The Residency Training Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at McMaster University is a totally integrated program involving three hospitals within the city as well as opportunities to train in several other neighbouring community hospitals.
OBGYN will host several MD Student Zoom Town Halls prior to the CaRMS R1 match to help educate interested students in our program and discuss how the virtual interviews for McMaster OBGYN will happen.
Welcome and Thank You for your interest in our Ophthalmology residency program at McMaster University. Our five year program gives residents a broad comprehensive ophthalmology background and opportunities to gain experience in the different subspecialties. The majority of our clinical and academic activities take place at the Hamilton Regional Eye Institute within St. Joseph’s Hospital, King Campus with the Pediatric Ophthalmology clinics taking place at McMaster University Children’s Hospital in Hamilton. To learn more about our program, please visit our website.
Thank you for your interest in the McMaster Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program. We are excited and proud to showcase what we have to offer through our Fall Fireside Chats on October 20th & 27th. Our program offers an abundance of teaching which includes a brand new state of the art virtual units and faculty that are engaged and excited to teach the next generation. J
The Division of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck surgery provides surgical care in the specialties of Pediatric ENT (ears, nose, throat), Head & Neck Surgery, Oncology, Neurotology, Facial Plastic and Skin Cancer Surgery, Laryngology, and General Otolaryngology.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the McMaster University Pediatric Residency Program! The program is committed to providing the best education possible for our residents with skills in clinical pediatrics, research and education. Residents graduating from the McMaster pediatrics program are fully prepared for their ultimate career in either general consultative pediatrics or subspecialty pediatrics.
Thank you for the your interest in the Pediatric Neurology Residency program. Each of the neurologists in the division play an active role in teaching future generations of physicians.
The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program at McMaster University is one of the largest in the country and boasts exceptional residents who excel in both clinical and research domains. The program offers the full complement of physical medicine and rehabilitation disciplines, and has also kept pace with recent advancements in image-guided interventional therapy. Graduates from our program are well equipped to work in either academic or community practices
Learn more about the McMaster Psychiatry Residency Program. Attend a virtual Meet & Greet with current psychiatry residents, or register for an online info session. Ask questions about our Hamilton, Waterloo and Clinician Investigator Programs.
Visit our psychiatry program website for more information
Thank you for your interest in the Public Health and Preventive Medicine Residency program. This academic and community-based program is built on the principles of population health, all levels of disease prevention, health promotion and protection. It prepares physicians to function flexibly and effectively in leadership roles in a wide variety of community health and academic/research settings.
Virtual Town Hall – Join Dr. Julie Emili and residents on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 6PM to learn more! Register Here
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the McMaster University Radiation Oncology Program. Radiation Oncology is a rewarding clinical specialty that includes both hands-on, multidisciplinary care of cancer patients, as well as mastery over related basic science and technical skills.
Join a virtual “Town Hall” meeting to learn more:
|October 22||6:00 – 7:30 PM|
|November 19||7:00 – 8:30 PM|
|December 17||6:00 – 7:30 PM|
|January 21||6:00 – 7:30 PM|
contact Heather Shiskoski to register