Discover what the American College of Graduate Medical Education requires each program to provide for your education. Included here are minimum and maximum hours on duty and on call, minimum hours of study, and minimum hours away from it all.
A database of surgical residencies from the American College of Surgeons - includes all surgical specialties: General Surgery, Neurological Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Urology.
This section of the AMA was created "to educate residents about issues concerning graduate medical education and national health policies." There are about 35,000 members, making it the largest organization for residents. This site offers information about the organization, major issues facing residents, and access to FREIDA.
US News and World Report, which has been ranking medical schools for years, now ranks the graduate medical education programs for eight specialties: family medicine, women's health, geriatrics, internal medicine, AIDS, drug/alcohol rehabilitation, rural care, and pediatrics.
This site is aimed primarily at U.S. citizens who have graduated from foreign medical schools. However, there is information useful to non-U.S. citizens and any medical school graduate wanting to practice in the United States. This site includes application information, residency requirements, contacts, and useful links.