University of Connecticut offers two different Osteopathic post-graduate
training programs. We have a Traditional Rotating Internship, which satisfies
both the AOA and ACGME requirements for internship ("dually-accredited"). After
completing the one-year Traditional Rotating Internship, trainees may continue
on in the allopathic Internal Medicine Residency Program as a PGY2, or seek
training in a non-medicine specialty such as Radiology or Anesthesia.
For more information about our Traditional Rotating Osteopathic Internship
Dr. Robert Nardino
also offer a Traditional Rotating Internship linked with an Osteopathic Internal
Medicine Residency Program. This program is a three year program. It satisfies
all requirements for Internships and Residencies as set forth by both the AOA
and the ACGME ("dually-accredited"). The Combined program leads to Board
eligibility for both AOA/AOBIM and ACGME/ABIM Internal Medicine certifying exams
and allows residents to apply to both osteopathic and allopathic fellowships.
For more information about our Osteopathic Residency Program
Dr. Jaclyn Cox