The Bloomberg School offers two residency programs for physicians—one focuses on general preventive medicine and the other on occupational and environmental medicine.
Both residency programs are two years in duration. The first year is primarily an academic year in which residents also earn an MPH degree from the Bloomberg School . The second year typically is a practicum year during which residents fulfill rotation requirements.
The General Preventive Medicine Residency program at the Bloomberg School prepares physicians in the theoretical, practical and clinical knowledge and skills essential for careers in the design, management and evaluation of population-based approaches to health.
The Occupational and Environmental Medicine Training Program is a two-year program designed to prepare physicians for leadership roles in the specialty of occupational and environmental medicine.