Prospective Residents and Clinical Fellows
Education is a core mission of Partners HealthCare. The Partners academic medical centers, specialty hospitals, community hospitals and health centers provide outstanding resources for graduate medical education. Residents and fellows have the opportunity to train with superb physician faculty and other dedicated health professionals amid state-of-the-art facilities and technology. Residents also have the privilege of caring for a diverse patient population presenting with medical issues ranging from routine to esoteric problems for which they may be referred from across the globe. In addition to an outstanding clinical education, residents and fellows have remarkable opportunities to participate in research, and to explore various career paths through the Partners Centers of Expertise.
Details about Partners residency and fellowship programs are available from the individual department or division sponsoring the program; contact information for each is included in the listing on this site. We welcome your interest!
Each residency and fellowship program designs and conducts its own selection processes.
Salary and benefits information and contract templates.
Directions and travel options to Boston.
Hotels offering discounts to applicants.
There are excellent opportunities to pursue various interests outside of the hospital. Boston offers a wide variety of arts, sight seeing, sports and other recreational activities.
Some fellowships receive industry support to help offset the cost of the fellowship program. Under new Federal law, the Physician Payments Sunshine Act (“Sunshine”), companies are required to report any direct and indirect payments and transfers of value to physicians and teaching hospitals.
Advancing Health Care: Training the Next Generation of Physicians
This video about Partners Graduate Medical Education opportunities features Debra Weinstein, MD, Director of Graduate Medical Education at Partners, and Gary Gottlieb, MD, former President and CEO of Partners HealthCare. They touch on why medical education has been a central part of the organization’s mission since its founding, how our programs distinguish themselves from others across the nation, and some of the challenges facing graduate medical education today.