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Graduate Medical Education

Our mission is to train and develop qualified physicians to practice as competent, caring physicians in the ambulatory, hospital and extended care settings.

We are dedicated to continually improving the quality of education for both the undergraduate and the postgraduate physician-in-training by emphasizing a continuum of learning for the individual physician through four years of medical school, the internship year and his or her residency program.

Our commitment to providing trainees with the highest quality of academic and clinical training enables Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine to continue as a national leader in osteopathic medical education.

Rotations and Residencies at PCOM


Make a Gift to PCOM GME Programs

We believe in shaping the future of healthcare through quality osteopathic medical education. Support the next generation of medical professionals by contributing to PCOM's Graduate Medical Education Fund. Your donation directly empowers our residents with advanced training, cutting-edge resources, and mentorship opportunities.

Why Donate?
  • Impactful Training: PCOM's GME program equips medical graduates with hands-on experience, preparing them for the challenges of modern healthcare.
  • Quick and Easy Giving: Utilize our convenient and secure online giving form to make a one-time or recurring donation.
  • Transparent Fund Usage: Rest assured that your contribution directly supports the education and growth of future healthcare leaders.

Join us in making a lasting difference in osteopathic medical education. Every contribution, big or small, fuels the advancement of healthcare excellence.

Make a Gift to PCOM GME Programs

Report Mistreatment and Areas of Concern

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is dedicated to creating and promoting a safe learning environment for our residents. Click the link below to report mistreatment, lack of adequate supervision or other areas of concern.



Notice to Applicants

All applicants for PCOM residency and fellowship programs must be legally authorized to work in the United States.


Contact Us

Department of Graduate Medical Education

4190 City Avenue, Suite 409

Philadelphia, PA 19131