McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University is one of the largest graduate medical education institutions in the country. We are committed to providing excellent clinical training experiences to residents and fellows in a variety of urban and suburban settings, with exposure to diverse patient populations.
With more than 200 accredited and non-accredited programs, McGaw trains residents and fellows in a broad range of specialties and subspecialties.
Graduate medical education changes rapidly in response to a variety of forces, including healthcare demands from the public, new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, and changes in certification requirements.
McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University works with our top-ranked clinical affiliates and program administration to meet the demands of this changing environment. We use the diverse training opportunities available through our consortium to offer dynamic programs that prepare residents and fellows for a lifetime of leadership in their chosen profession. Simulation-based medical education through Northwestern Simulation provides additional opportunities for mastery of clinical skills by residents and fellows. Our state-of-the-art facility has the latest simulation equipment, ranging from partial task trainers, to virtual reality simulators, hybrid models and full body mannequins.
Find a comprehensive listing of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited McGaw graduate medical education programs below.
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