Residency Placements for WUSOM Graduates: Exploring a World of Choices

Earning a Caribbean medical degree can open many doors for you. Whether you come from Atlanta, Ottawa, or San Francisco, your experience at Windsor University School of Medicine (WUSOM) will prepare you for a variety of exciting opportunities. Once you are ready to apply for a residency program, the choices may be diverse and abundant. You could work in a broad range of environments, and you may do so in a city that is either small or large.

Residency Placements for WUSOM Graduates: Exploring a World of Choices


Earning a Caribbean medical degree can open many doors for you. Whether you come from Atlanta, Ottawa, or San Francisco, your experience at Windsor University School of Medicine (WUSOM) will prepare you for a variety of exciting opportunities. Once you are ready to apply for a residency program, the choices may be diverse and abundant. You could work in a broad range of environments, and you may do so in a city that is either small or large. 


Our graduates have certainly been accepted into a wide range of healthcare systems. WUSOM alumni have served in residency programs in numerous places, including Illinois, Florida, New York, Wisconsin, and Ontario, Canada, to name just a few. 


A Look at the Last 5 Years of Residency Placements After WUSOM
Once you have attained your medical degree, you may be able to choose from an assortment of residency placement options. You can start exploring the possibilities right now. Check out some of the highly respected healthcare systems in which WUSOM graduates have served after graduation: 


• Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center (Internal Medicine) – In 2017, two of our graduates were accepted to residencies in the internal medicine program at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center. Located in Chicago, Illinois, this teaching hospital has received an array of awards for excellence. The hospital’s Internal Medicine Residency Program offers a comprehensive curriculum. Chicago is one of the most highly populated cities in the U.S.
• Florida Hospital – Orlando (Pediatrics) – In 2016, the Orlando branch of Florida Hospital accepted one of our graduates into their pediatrics program. Florida Hospital is one of the largest non-profit hospitals in the U.S. Its Pediatric Residency Program was created specifically to foster the development of future physicians. Orlando, Florida, is located in the center of a major metropolitan area.
• Richmond University Medical Center (Internal Medicine) – In 2015, one of WUSOM’s graduates was accepted into the internal medicine program at Richmond University Medical Center, on Staten Island, New York. This healthcare facility is an affiliate of the prestigious Mount Sinai Hospital. Richmond’s Internal Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to teaching physicians to perform independently after graduation. Staten Island is one of five boroughs of New York City, with a total population of fewer than 500,000.
• Mercy Health System (Family Medicine) – In 2014, a WUSOM graduate was accepted into the family medicine program at Mercy Health System, in Janesville, Wisconsin. The Mercy regional health system includes several hospitals, and its 3-year Family Medicine Residency Program aims to produce successful, well-balanced medical professionals. Janesville has a population of fewer than 100,000 people, so it would make a good fit for someone who seeks to work in a smaller city.
• University of Toronto (Family Medicine) – In 2013, the University of Toronto accepted one of our graduates into its family medicine program. The Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto is one of the oldest departments of its type in North America. Family Medicine is the central element of the department’s residency program. The provincial capital of Ontario, Canada, Toronto is the most populous city in Canada. 


Where Will Your Caribbean Medical School Degree Take You?
WUSOM is committed to producing well-rounded graduates who go on to achieve much success. We want you to have as many opportunities as possible. At Windsor University School of Medicine, you will have access to a stellar medical education. Your experience here could ultimately take you to some exciting places over the course of your medical career. 


Call WUSOM today at 1-869-466-1220/6157 to learn more about getting your Caribbean medical degree in St. Kitts. Also, feel free to use our online contact form.

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