Graduate medical education directory; 2005-2006.R737
Graduate medical education directory; 2005-2006.
Title main entry. American Medical association American Medical Association (AMA), professional physicians' organization (founded 1847). Its goals are to protect the interests of American physicians, advance public health, and support the growth of medical science. .
American Medical Association, [c]2005
This year's edition of the directory contains updated information on 8250 accredited accredited
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States have required state residency for a variety of rights, including the right to vote, the right to run for public office, the and fellowship programs in the US, noting changes such as a change in program director, the addition of new programs, and withdrawn programs. An introductory section describes the process for applying to medical school and the process of accreditation, program organization, and other useful information. A complete description of the program requirements for 121 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) is the body responsible for the accreditation for postgraduate medical training programs (i.e., internships and residencies) for medical doctors in the United States. specialties are provided, followed by a listing of the programs in each specialty, arranged by state. Extensive contact information for each program, the certification requirements for 24 medical specialty medical specialty Any specialty that provides non-interventional Pt management, ie with drugs, or with minimum intervention–eg, balloon catheterization Examples Internal medicine–allergy and immunology, cardiology, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, boards, and a glossary of medical terms are provided.