As a resident, you'll work with real-life patients and put years of medical education to use.
WVU’s residency and fellowship training programs are designed to prepare you for practicing in the career specialty of your choice in an academic medical center, hospital, clinic setting or in private practice. All of our programs offer broad clinical experience, with rotation opportunities at many of our WVU Medicine partner hospitals and institutes, from the suburban hub of Morgantown to the many rural community care centers around the state. Find out why you'll love life in Morgantown, WV.
With a supportive teaching faculty, hands-on experience with expert supervision, a strong community spirit and opportunities for research across the university, many of our residents and fellows choose to make Morgantown, and other areas of West Virginia, their home. Our residents also land top-ranked fellowship placements and career opportunities in leading medical centers around the country.
The WVU School of Medicine is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and is a participating member of the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), Postdoctoral Application Support Service, and other advanced residency matching programs.
Applicants for post-MD or DDS Positions: applications along with letters of recommendation are sent directly by the standard application services to the program to which you are applying.
International Graduates: All graduates of foreign medical schools must be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). All alien foreign graduates must meet all VISA Qualifying Examination or Foreign Medical Graduate Exam in the Medical Sciences requirements prior to application.
If you are a resident who has experienced mistreatment; if you have been demeaned for requesting, or been denied, adequate supervision; or if you have witnessed any of these things happening to a resident, please click the "Mistreatment Form" button and make a report. Help us stop mistreatment and create and promote a safe learning environment.
Physicians in training must be held to a high standard of professionalism in all areas of their lives. These standards are not intuitive, and must be taught and reinforced both by formal education and by constructive formative feedback. If you have witnessed a resident or fellow displaying either a lapse in professionalism or exemplary professionalism, please click the "Professionalism Form" button and provide us with the details. Help us to improve our working and learning environment.