UCSF Radiology Earns Top Residency Program Honors for Fourth Consecutive Year!

UC San Francisco’s Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Residency Program has been named a Top Medical Residency Program by U.S. News & World Report and Doximity. This is the fourth consecutive year that UCSF’s program has been honored for its clinical training program amongst the top rated diagnostic radiology residency programs in the nation.

The Residency Navigator is an annual collaborative initiative released from Doximity and U.S. News & World Report to provide a transparent look at U.S. medical residency training programs, powered by over 52,000 board-certified physician peer nominations, ratings and hand-written reviews. The tool is intended for fourth year medical students to determine which residency program is the best fit. The Residency Navigator selects and sorts top programs based on reputation, research output, program size, and percentage of alumni who subspecialize and are board certified.

This year’s Doximity report once again recognizes UCSF’s residency program as one of the top in the nation for all five of these benchmarks. Currently, 45 percent of UCSF Radiology’s alumni subspecialize and 95 percent are board certified.

UCSF’s Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, directed by Soonmee Cha, MD, offers a varied practice, as well as active basic science, translational and patient-centered research training, providing a broad range of experiences for our residents. The department has a rich tradition of innovation, which has generated a number of noteworthy technological advancements and imaging applications.

For more information on the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, please click here. To see this year’s full list of top residency programs from Doximity, please click here.

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