Royal College Training Programs
The Department of Medicine is one of the oldest and largest in North America, with approximately 600 postgraduate residents and fellows in its five specialty and 14 subspecialty training programs. Educating a new generation of clinical leaders is central to the overall mission of the Department of Medicine, with more than one-third of Canada's, and half of Ontario's, internal medicine specialists having trained here.
The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto is the largest research entity in Canada, and one of the largest in North America, with award-winning faculty members on staff. We are a research and education powerhouse - offering tremendous opportunities for collaborative and innovative interdisciplinary research, teaching and scholarship as well as the excitement of working with the diverse populations of Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area.
Note: If you are considering applying to one of the Department of Medicine's PGY1 or PGY4 entry residency training programs, and you have also applied to the U.S. match through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), please be advised that the University of Toronto is a participating institution and adheres to the match policy. The policy states that "Applicants who have matched to a program or ahve accepted a position during the Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program (SOAP), shall not apply for, discuss, interview for, or accept a concurrent year position in another program prior to the NRMP granting the requested waiver." More information is accessible on the NRMP Specialty Matching Services Match Participation Agreement.