Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency
Onsite | Full-Time | 2 years
About This Program
The Bloomberg School's Occupational and Environmental Medicine Training Program is a two-year program for physicians designed to prepare physicians for leadership roles in the specialty of occupational and environmental medicine. By completing an MPH degree and practicum rotations, trainees learn how to prevent and manage injury, illness, and disability, while promoting the health and productivity of workers, their families, and communities.
residents per cohort
What Can You Do With This Specialty?
Occupational Medicine Clinic Director
Public Health/Medical Officer, Federal Government Agency
Local Health Commissioner
Research Faculty, School of Medicine or School of Public Health
Bureau Chief or Director, State Department of Health
Corporate Medical Director
Medical Director, Health Insurance Agency
For general admissions requirements, please visit the How to Apply page. This specific program also requires:
Prior Graduate Degree
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Prior Work Experience
1 year of clinical training (PGY1)
Standardized Test Scores
Standardized test scores are required for this program. This program accepts the following standardized test scores: USMLE Steps 1 & 2, Step 3 Preferred or COMLEX. Applications will be reviewed holistically based on all application components.
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Tuition and Funding
All residents receive stipend support, full tuition, individual health, dental, life, and disability insurance coverage.
Questions about the program? We're happy to help.
Program Director, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency Program
Aisha Rivera Margarin, MD, MS
Residency Program Manager
Residency Program Coordinator