Medical Training for Residents, Fellows, and Medical Students
The leading-edge physicians and staff at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), believe continuous education is vital for physician growth and development. We provide a variety of learning opportunities and specialized services for residents, fellows, physicians and other health care professionals. Because education is one of the primary tenants of the Department of Radiology, our faculty and staff are dedicated to teaching the next generation of radiology specialists. We support several radiology programs including medical student programs, the Diagnostic Radiology Residency and subspecialty fellowships.
- Residency Program
Accredited Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program
The Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Program Diagnostic Radiology Residency is a four-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited program that provides a rigorous curriculum structured around the core imaging divisions. Our department consists of over 90 attending subspecialty trained diagnostic radiologists who read the entire spectrum of studies done at the main campus, multiple satellite hospitals and outpatient imaging centers. This variety and volume of cases provide a unique resident experience, which prepares them well for both academic and private practice careers.
- Fellowship Programs
Broad Range of Imaging Fellowships Available
One of our department’s important functions is teaching future generations of diagnostic radiologists through our fellowship programs. In collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, we offer the following fellowships:
- Medical Physics Residency Program
The Medical Physics Residency Program in the Department of Radiology at UH Cleveland Medical Center prepares residents for competent independent practice as certified medical physicists in diagnostic medical physics, nuclear medicine physics or both. Graduates are expected to have the knowledge, experience and demonstrated competencies to implement and maintain routine clinical procedures and practices and to evaluate, establish and monitor novel techniques for safety and efficacy.
- Medical Students
Innovative Radiologic Imaging Curriculum for Medical Students
We have pioneered integrated radiologic imaging into the basic science year curriculum for Case Western Reserve University medical students. We also offer multiple medical student electives across all our Department of Radiology subspecialties.