Diagnostic Radiology Residency
Montefiore offers highly competitive residency programs in both diagnostic and interventional radiology. Montefiore is a diverse health system encompassing multiple hospitals and outpatient facilities throughout the Bronx and Westchester County, with a focus on population health and stellar patient outcomes.
Our training programs are focused at the primary hospital center and a tertiary referral site and regional center of excellence. Our residents learn in both inpatient and outpatient environments, with exposure to a range of unique pathology, and they participate in both clinical and translational research.
Why Radiology Residents Choose Montefiore
The Department of Radiology's residency programs include a four-year diagnostic track and five-year integrated interventional track. Our programs are fully accredited by the ACGME and consistently train intelligent, hardworking and well-rounded radiologists.
We take great pride in our superior placement record and board exam success. Our residents have had an impressive 100 percent pass rate on the American Board of Radiology(ABR) Core Exam, and all our graduating residents have pursued specialty fellowships.
Upon completion of the program, radiology residents will be able to
- Perform and interpret all diagnostic imaging examinations
- Execute therapeutic interventions
- Direct imaging workups in a timely, cost-effective manner
- Participate in and lead quality improvement projects
- Maintain competence through the continued study of current medical literature and quality improvement feedback
Senior residents trained at Montefiore are confident and secure in their technical and diagnostic abilities and function independently in all modalities.
Become a Part of Our Legacy of Excellence
We accept nine residents into the Diagnostic Radiology Residency each year, including seven diagnostic radiology residents and two residents per year on the integrated interventional track. Positions are offered via the National Resident Matching Program, and applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Candidates are ranked based on the interview, medical school transcript, dean's letter, United States Medical Licensing Examination® (USMLE®) scores, letters of recommendation, research experience and publications in peer-reviewed journals. Interviews are held from November through January. Montefiore sponsors J-1 and H-1B visas.