Preventive Medicine Residency Program
The New York State Preventive Medicine Residency Program is jointly sponsored by the New York State Department of Health and the University at Albany (SUNY) School of Public Health. It prepares physicians for leadership careers in public health, providing a broad background in the academic and practical skills necessary to work effectively in the field. Click for more information.
Basic Admission Criteria
- Must have an MD or DO degree
- Must have completed at least one year of clinical training in a primary care (specialty pediatrics, internal medicine, family practice, or obstetrics and gynecology)
- Must be eligible for unrestricted NYS licensure*
*To be eligible for an unrestricted NYS license the applicant must have:
- graduated from an accredited U.S. medical school and passed FLEX or Part III of the USMLE or
- be a foreign graduate who has passed FLEX or USMLE and has completed three years of clinical training in an accredited U.S. residency training program
Click here to be directed to the Preventive Medicine Residency Program website.