Graduates of the Anesthesiology Residency Program at Hackensack University Medical Center will be highly prepared for any future practice as consultant physicians in Anesthesiology. Residents will develop a solid foundation from the abundant and diverse clinical volume during the 4-year categorical program—all at Hackensack University Medical Center. Together with quality didactics, simulation, research, board preparation, and mentorship from our prestigious and engaging faculty, the value of training at Hackensack University Medical Center will be far reaching.
The Center for Dentistry at Hackensack University Medical Center is a CODA approved post-graduate dental training program for general practice dental residents, and an evening private faculty practice with experienced dental practitioners. After fulfilling their residency year, residents have the opportunity to apply for a position in the faculty practice.
Our mission is to train physicians with the passion to become the best Emergency Physicians. We accomplish this by recruiting highly-motivated candidates who appreciate the patient-centered and team-approach to medical training. This training occurs at one of the nation’s most highly recognized institutions. We provide you with the tools, resources and opportunities to flourish in both academic and community emergency medicine.
The RA Program at Hackensack University Medical Center is part of a nationwide organization known as the National Alliance of Research Associates Programs (NARAP). NARAP is a consortium of emergency departments and colleges that collaborate to conduct research in hospital emergency departments. We utilize RAs to enroll large numbers of participants and perform a variety of functions relevant to each study. During orientation, students will be trained to become Research Associates (RAs), performing tasks relevant to specific research studies.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Hackensack University Medical Center is an opportunity to tear down traditional walls, keep what is best, and build better. The size of this program is optimal, for students have the opportunity to learn, grow, and get to know our faculty. This also allows our faculty to better get to know and mentor their students.
The Medical Physics Residency Program at the John Theurer Cancer Center (JTCC) at Hackensack University Medical Center is slated to start in July 2021 after earning a CAMPEP accreditation. The Residency is run and overseen by highly experienced staff within the JTCC’s Department of Radiation Oncology that includes six ABR certified physicists, four ABR certified physicians and five board certified dosimetrists.
Our mission is to train physicians with a strong foundation in comprehensive Women’s Health care, Obstetrical care and Gynecological surgical skills. This program is designed to provide residents with the resources, tools and opportunities to flourish as obstetricians and gynecologists as well as to provide in-depth exposure to all subspecialties so that your learning experience at Hackensack University Medical Center will prepare you for private practice, an academic career or fellowship.
This program is designed to provide its residents a strong foundation in primary care pediatrics as well as broad, in-depth exposure to all pediatric subspecialties, making our graduates equally well prepared for careers in general pediatric practice or in academics.
Hackensack University Medical Center Pharmacy Residencies include our PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program and PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency Program. The PGY1 program is ASHP accredited and provides the resident with a multi-level educational experience and a strong foundation in pharmaceutical care.
Hackensack University Medical Center Pharmacy Residencies include our PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program and PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Residency Program. The PGY2 program is ASHP accredited and prepares our resident to be a highly skilled emergency medicine clinical pharmacist.
Our mission in the Department of Surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center is to train the next generation of surgeons who will become leaders in providing compassionate, comprehensive, quality, state of the art surgical care. Our training program ensures that all residents have the necessary resources and tools to become a board certified surgeon from the American Board of Surgery. Our graduates will be capable of practicing independently whether you choose to enter a surgical fellowship, private practice or have an academic career.
At the forefront of your residency will be opportunities to advance your skills as a caring physician, always placing your personal commitment to the doctor/patient relationship at the core of your practice in urology. Your learning experience here at Hackensack University Medical Center will serve you well, whether you choose to proceed with fellowship and an academic career or a rewarding future in private practice.
Hackensack University Medical Center’s Department of Urology offers a four-week elective rotation designed for medical students who are planning to become career urologists.