The Johns Hopkins General Preventive Medicine Residency program is a two year training program for physicians.
Completion of the program leads to eligibility for certification by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
To be eligible to apply for the residency, physicians must complete at least one year of accredited clinical training in the United States prior to entering the residency.
Pathways for Training
Residents may work with the program director to design pathways for training in the areas of epidemiology, health policy and management, international health, and maternal and child health.
These pathways include a choice of courses and guidance on selection of rotations designed to facilitate the development of resident expertise in these key areas of public health.
For more information, you can contact Program Manager Chris Brown.