Penn Medicine is committed to remaining a world-leading institution in three equally valued and inter-related missions: patient care, education, and research.
Graduate Medical Education at the University of Pennsylvania and affiliated hospitals provides residency and fellowship training in over 83 ACGME-accredited specialties and subspecialties in a region that leads the nation in providing quality health care. We commit ourselves to offering high quality graduate medical education training programs that provide our residents and fellows the opportunity to become fully proficient in their chosen specialties, with emphasis on their intellectual, professional, scholarly and personal growth. We are deeply committed to a supportive clinical environment that fosters graduate medical education training of the highest quality and that is attentive to patient safety and health care quality improvement, provides appropriate supervision, is supportive of duty hour policies, fatigue management and fatigue mitigation, and professionalism.
The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania embraces diversity and inclusion as core values, recognizing that diversity is a defining feature of an eminent medical school and health system. We are committed to the recruitment and advancement of residents and fellows reflecting a multitude of ethnicities, races, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, historical traditions, ages, religions, disabilities, veteran status, and socioeconomic backgrounds. We are dedicated to enriching both depth and breadth of backgrounds, experiences, perspectives, and ideas represented in our institution to strengthen the quality of education, produce innovative research and deliver health care to increasingly diverse local and global communities.