Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital has received ACGME approval for 2 positions in the new Integrated Interventional Radiology residency. The program will be participating in the NRMP match and will be filling one position in the 2015-2016 medical student match. This will be a categorical 6 year program with a preliminary (PGY1) year spent in the department of General Surgery at Brigham and Women’s hospital. The first three years of the radiology portion of the program (PGY2-4) will be spent in parallel with the Diagnostic Radiology residency program. The final two years of the program (PGY5-6) will focus on Interventional radiology and will also have rotations in Critical care, Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncology and Vascular Medicine as well as a dedicated rotation in Pediatric Interventional Radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital.  Interventional Radiology rotations will include training at Brigham and Women’s hospital, the West Roxbury Veterans Administration Hospital and the Brigham and Women’s Vascular and Vein Care Centers in Newton Corner, Foxboro and West Bridgewater. Residents completing the 6 year training program will be eligible for the American Board of Radiology IR/DR certificate. For further information about this program please contact the program director.

Contact:

Timothy Killoran, MD
Integrated IR Residency Program Director
Phone: (617) 732-4763
Fax: (617) 277-8331
Email: tkilloran@bwh.harvard.edu

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