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Meet some of our residents and learn about their diverse backgrounds and wide range of interests.
UMass Medical School It is hard to believe I am in my last year at MGHfC. It has been the best experience so far . . . Read more.
UMass Medical SchoolMy colleagues here are brilliant and kind and so interesting . . . Read more.
University of Michigan Medical School I loved my time in Michigan for medical school, but felt it was important to complete residency training somewhere different to keep me on my toes! And it was also the perfect time to move to Boston, my favorite US city. . .Read more.
Harvard UniversityIn my time here, I’ve been so impressed with the emphasis on resident and medical student education, and I’ve already seen a variety of bread and butter as well as specialty patients . . . Read more.
UMass Medical SchoolMGHfC is the perfect place to train. I wanted a program big enough to yield good patient volume but intimate enough so that I wouldn't feel lost. . . . Read more.
Harvard Medical SchoolI didn’t know much about MGHfC until I did a sub-internship here during 4th year, and I absolutely loved it . . . Read more.
University of California, San FranciscoThe pediatric residency program here provides what I found to be a uniquely supportive environment in a large robust academic institution. . . . Read more.
UMass Medical SchoolMy favorite part about MGHfC is the incredibly intelligent, inspiring, kind, and fun group of people that make this place tick! Read more.
Columbia P&SAs a second year, I've seen how committed the faculty are to helping us be excellent physicians and how supportive and fun our residents are! Read more.
New York UniversityAs a preliminary intern, I became interested in MGHfC because I wanted a comprehensive experience in pediatrics to complement my future training in dermatology. . .Read more.
Boston University Medical School MGHfC was my first choice residency and after being here for almost three years, I am confident that I made the right decision. Read more.
Albany Medical CollegeMy co-interns are smart, fun and kind people which makes work much more enjoyable. Starting residency can be very overwhelming and the junior and senior residents, my co-interns, and the program directors and administrators have been so supportive . . . Read more.
University of Pittsburgh Medical School As a new resident at MGHfC, I look forward to exploring several subspecialties including palliative care and neonatology, participating in clinical research, and working with the DRIVE committee . . . Read more.
Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NYI think something that makes MGHfC different is how personalized our education is . . . Read more.
Mount Sinai Medical School I am involved in a bunch of advocacy and medical education activities at Mass General! Read more.
University of Colorado Medical School Hello! I am a 2nd year med-peds resident. I am interested in Primary Care and general medicine, sometimes I think about fellowship in things like ID . . . Read more.
Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NYI’ve only been at MGH a few weeks, but I absolutely love it here! Everyone is welcoming, supportive, and incredibly smart . . . Read more.
Dartmouth Medical SchoolI absolutely love this place! I learned quickly on my interview day that MGHfC would become my first choice for residency, and I have never once second guessed that decision, even now in my senior year . . Read more.
Tufts MD/MBA program So far during intern year, I have been involved in the DRIVE Committee and the Graduate Medical Education Committee for Mass General. Read more.
Geisel School of Medicine at DartmouthI'm so excited to be doing my residency at MGHfC! Read more.
New York UniversityI am a categorical pediatrics first year resident and have loved my time in Boston and at MGHfC thus far. I've been so impressed with MGHfC's emphasis on resident education and I feel both challenged and valued daily . . . Read more.
Geisel School of Medicine at DartmouthIn just the first few months of residency, I’ve been incredibly impressed by how supportive and caring everyone at MGHfC is, from my co-interns and residents to the program leadership and administration. . . Read more.
University of Chicago I love MGHfC for the amazing people I get to work with and learn from every day! Read more.
University of VermontI chose to come back to Boston because MGHfC offered an incredibly comprehensive learning experience that emphasized teaching (adult learning) over working simply for the sake of working. . . Read more.
BrownThese first few months of intern year have been such an amazing experience, which is made possible by the overwhelming sense of community and camaraderie at MGHfC. I’m excited to go to work every day to train with such knowledgeable and approachable attendings . . . Read more.
Florida Atlantic University – Charles E. Schmidt College of MedicineI have absolutely loved my time so far at MGH. There is a palpable sense of community among the residents and faculty . . . Read more.
UMass Medical School As someone with a strong interest in global health and considering a fellowship in pediatric critical care, I have really appreciated the broad exposure to pediatric care and resident centric nature of the MGHfC program. Read more.
Alpert Medical School of Brown UniversityI was overjoyed to open my envelope on Match Day and find myself heading to Boston and MGHfC for residency! Read more.
Harvard Medical School I am interested in practicing primary care in underserved communities and addressing population health issues through policy change. Read more.
SUNY Buffalo Medical School One of my personal interests is in exercise related to medical illness, whether it be diabetes or osteopenia, and everything in between. Read more.
University of California, Los AngelesI love MGHfC because of the culture emphasizing team-based learning and supporting one another! Read more.
Harvard Medical School Prior to medical school, I was a 7th grade teacher in inner-city Los Angeles. My experiences allowed me to explore my interests in working with underserved communities and in medical education and I have been excited to continue exploring these interests as a physician. Read more.
Northwestern University Feinberg SOMIn my first few months at MGHfC, I have been blown away by the quality of clinician educators I have the chance to work with on a daily basis . . . Read more.
Duke university School of MedicineI've been tremendously impressed by the quality and breadth of training (from bread-and-butter to one-in-a-million...in the same hallway), wealth of institutional knowledge and expertise . . . Read more.
University of Illinois- ChicagoI'm one of the Med-Peds interns, and one of the big reasons I wanted to come to MGHfC for residency was its focus on advocacy . . . Read more.
Tufts UniversityIt feels like yesterday I was at the Hill Tavern on my interview day, getting to my know my inspiring, hilarious, and brilliant co-residents for the first time . . . Read more.
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