Our Training Program
Steve Williams, MD,
Professor and Chairman
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Thank you for your interest in Boston Medical Center’s residency training program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Boston Medical Center (BMC) has one of the oldest training programs in PM&R in the nation, with a seasoned and committed faculty. BMC was created on July 1, 1996 by merging the three main teaching hospitals of the Boston University School of Medicine-Boston City Hospital, Boston Specialty and Rehabilitation Hospital, and the Boston University Medical Center Hospital
The Boston Medical Center Rehabilitation Medicine training program provides three years of training in rehabilitation medicine. For more information about the Program Training Requirements in PM&R visit the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education web site at http://www.acgme.org/
We believe that by exposing our residents to a diverse population of patients and by challenging our residents to work one-on-one with our faculty, our residents achieve a well rounded and balanced education. Our goal is to provide our residents with ample clinical experience and access to procedure, preparing them for future clinical practice or fellowship. You will be exposed to a wide variety of practice settings and styles. You will provide care for patients under the supervision of experienced rehabilitation medicing attending physicians, attend and participate in weekly educational conferences, and read relevant textbooks and journal articles in order to expand your knowledge base.
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Anne Novak, Academic Coordinator
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Boston Medical Center
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