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Discussion in 'Combined Residencies' started by Medstudentquest, Dec 18, 2007.
Where can I find a list of all the combined IM/psychiatry programs in the country?
Google ama's FRIEDA
I copied this list directly off of FRIEDA. There are 17 programs.
University of California (Davis) Health System Program
Sacramento, California 715-05-44-032
University of Connecticut Program
Hartford, Connecticut 715-08-44-029
Emory University School of Medicine Program
Atlanta, Georgia 715-12-44-034
Rush University Medical Center Program
Chicago, Illinois 715-16-44-018
Southern Illinois University Program
Springfield, Illinois 715-16-44-009
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Program
Iowa City, Iowa 715-18-44-003
University of Kansas Medical Center Program
Kansas City, Kansas 715-19-44-008
Tulane University Program
New Orleans, Louisiana 715-21-44-010
National Capital Consortium Program
Bethesda, Maryland 715-23-44-021
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Program
Lebanon, New Hampshire 715-32-44-016
SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Program
Brooklyn, New York 715-35-44-033
Duke University Hospital Program
Durham, North Carolina 715-36-44-012
Pitt County Memorial Hospital/East Carolina University Program
Greenville, North Carolina 715-36-44-005
Medical University of South Carolina Program
Charleston, South Carolina 715-45-44-025
East Tennessee State University Program
Johnson City, Tennessee 715-47-44-028
West Virginia University (Charleston Division) Program
Charleston, West Virginia 715-55-44-014
West Virginia University Program
Morgantown, West Virginia 715-55-44-006
The current FREIDA list is pretty outdated. It does include the 2 newest programs (Emory and UC Davis) but also has several that are no longer taking med-psych residents. As far as I know, Conneticut, National Capital Consortium program, SUNY Brooklyn, and Dartmouth are no longer in existence.
With that many changes, that list really is outdated!
Actually, the National Capital Consortium program is still active. It's only open to military applicants though.