The nuclear medicine residency is Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited and includes one-, two- and three-year programs designed to meet the diverse needs and goals of trainees.
In our residency, you’ll be guided by accomplished faculty in a positive environment focused on excellence in learning, patient care and research, with all programs focused on helping you build competence and confidence as a successful nuclear medicine physician. Each year, more than 7,000 nuclear medicine procedures are performed at Rush University Medical Center, enabling residents to learn and practice a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques.
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Applicants must meet qualifications for a temporary Illinois medical license or must possess a valid permanent Illinois license. International medical school graduates must meet Illinois requirements for licensure and hold a valid Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates certificate.
Please submit applications with three letters of recommendation from professional sources, including a letter from the director of your most recent training program.
Please direct any questions regarding licensure to the Rush University Graduate Medical Education Office at (312) 942-9551.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email Tiffany T. Rodgers, assistant coordinator, or call (312) 942-4184.
Dec 27, 2021