Programs at UBC that accept IMG residents
There are four programs at the Faculty of Medicine at UBC that accept International Medical Graduates in the first iteration of CaRMS: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry.
The UBC Department of Family Practice offers a two-year Family Medicine Residency Training Program, which is fully accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Training occurs at 19 principle sites. These sites are distributed widely from locations in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley to the Northern and Interior regions of the province of British Columbia.
Residency in Family Medicine
The purpose of the program is to provide clinical training of recent graduates to a point where they can undertake independent professional practice as specialists in General Internal Medicine. The program is also designed to provide for the training of highly qualified academic physicians.
Residency in Internal Medicine
The Pediatric Residency Program provides a broad education base, both inpatient and ambulatory. By directly accessing community resources, a resident in Pediatrics will graduate with the confidence and skills to treat children with significant and possibly life-threatening problems.
Residency in Pediatrics
A resident in Psychiatry will experience an integrated program of clinical placements and academic seminars. This program is designed to achieve the goals of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and the University of British Columbia.
Residency in Psychiatry
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