JABSOM Residency Programs
The University of Hawaii Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program offers a fully accredited, three-year training program at the largest, tertiary care medical center in the State of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. The program is structured to provide fellows with the training and supervision required to gain a broad and varied understanding of acute and chronic cardiovascular disease processes. Patients treated by the fellows are of diverse ethnicities, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. At the end of the third year of training, fellows are eligible to sit for the American Board of Internal Medicine Cardiovascular Disease certification examination.
Contact Info
Email: cvdfellowship@queens.org
Phone: (808) 691-4111
Address:
The Queen’s Medical Center
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
1301 Punchbowl St.
Pauahi 3rd Floor, Queen’s Heart
Honolulu, HI 96813

JABSOM created the Family Medicine Residency Program to train physicians with an interest, aptitude, and ability to work in the outer islands and rural areas of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Basin. This residency is based in a rural setting, has community support, and the capability to prepare graduates to work in rural O‘ahu and the Pacific Basin.
Contact Info
Email: fmrpaa@hawaii.edu
Address:
University of Hawai‘i
Family Practice Residency Program
95-390 Kuahelani Avenue
Mililani HI 96789

The fully accredited Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program accepts physicians who are graduates of either internal medicine or family practice residency programs. The first year of fellowship training is designed to lead to eligibility for the certificate of added qualifications (CAQ) in geriatric medicine. Additional years of fellowship are devoted to research, consultative medicine, medical education, medical administration, and concurrent advance degrees.
Contact Info
Email: Dr. Patricia Blanchette
Phone: (808) 523-8461
Address:
347 N. Kuakini Street, HPM 9
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

Approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the American Board of Internal Medicine, the University of Hawai‘i Internal Medicine Residency Program (UHIMRP) prepares its trainees to utilize the full range of medical and technological advances, while maintaining professional standards, humanism, and compassion. The comprehensive training in internal medicine provided by the UHIMRP prepares the program residents for both primary care and subspecialty training.
Contact Info
Email: uhim@hawaii.edu
Phone: (800) 558-4633
Address:
The University of Hawai‘i
Internal Medicine Residency Program
1356 Lusitana Street, 7th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

The fully accredited ABOG three-year fellowship at the University of Hawaii combines exceptional training for future maternal-fetal medicine specialists in clinical practice and in academic medicine. Fellows will acquire knowledge of the basic and clinical facets of perinatal medicine and develop skills for the conduct of clinical and/or basic research related to our sub-specialty. Fellows will gain an extensive knowledge base and develop wide experiences in the management of common and unusual obstetrical and medical complications, including those conditions unique to Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. This will enable them to both manage such patients and function as a consultant for obstetricians requesting input.
Contact Info
Email: Shelby Wong - shelbyw@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 203-6508
Address:
1319 Punahou St. Suite 824
Honolulu, HI 96826
Program Director: Ivica Zalud, MD, PhD

The Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Training Program is able to balance academic training with the friendly ambiance of the surrounding cosmopolitan community. While taking advantage of exceptional clinical volume and a dedicated teaching staff, residents enjoy a close working relationship with their peers and the faculty. The ethnic and cultural diversity of the patient population, combined with the "aloha spirit" and the natural beauty of the islands, makes for an extremely pleasant and rewarding training environment. Residents receive extensive surgical exposure and can expect to be first assisting on cesarean sections and major gynecology procedures early in their first year.
Contact Info
Email: Ginny Kamikawa
Phone: (808) 203-6518
Address:
UH Department of OB/GYN Residency Training Program
1319 Punahou Street, Room 824
Honolulu, HI 96826
Program Director: Dr. Mark Hiraoka

The Orthopaedic Residency Program is designed to provide the resident physician with the training required to gain a broad and varied understanding and approach to the evaluation and care of individuals afflicted with disease of the musculoskeletal system. Good patient care requires an ongoing commitment to learning. It is our intent to provide the resident with the opportunity and stimulation to become a competent, skillful, and well-rounded orthopaedic surgeon.
Contact Info
Email: ortho@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 586-8233
Address:
UH Orthopaedic Residency Program
1356 Lusitana Street, 6th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

The University of Hawaii Pathology Residency Program offers a fully accredited, four-year combined anatomic and clinical pathology training program. The Program is specifically designed to prepare each resident for the practice of general laboratory medicine. Each resident is given increasing responsibility for work until able to function independently as a fully trained pathologist. A resident who completes this Program has received a balanced, broad general experience and education that prepares them for Board eligibility.
Contact Info
Email: pathres@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 692-1131
Address:
UH Pathology Residency Program
John A. Burns School of Medicine
651 Ilalo Street, MEB 411E
Honolulu, HI 96813

The Pediatric Residency Program, a three-year program designed to prepare physicians for a career in Primary Care Pediatrics, educates and trains pediatricians who will lead the community in caring and advocating for the children of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Basin. The program is committed to the promotion of an environment that nurtures fulfillment and quality research opportunities. Distinctive features include a broad spectrum of pediatric pathology and cross-cultural experiences afforded by the multicultural population of Hawai‘i, the close involvement of subspecialty and general pediatric faculty in the day-to-day training of residents and the emphasis on continuity of care.
Contact Info
Email: peds@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 983-8387
Address:
UH Integrated Pediatric Residency Program
1319 Punahou Street, 7th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96826

The goal of the Psychiatry Residency Program is to develop selected medical school graduates into psychiatrists skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. The fundamental philosophy on which the program rests is the understanding of human behavior on multiple levels and through integration of biological, psychological and sociocultural dimensions. The program provides a balanced, diverse theoretical orientation and offers training in a variety of therapeutic approaches. The program provides broad supervised clinical experience in the practice of contemporary psychiatry, as well as structured teaching. Individual supervision, didactic seminars, rounds and case conferences are the primary techniques used to convey knowledge, clinical skills and the professional attitudes appropriate for a psychiatrist. The program also offers advanced residency training in child and adolescent psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, addictions psychiatry and the Triple Board (Pediatrics, General Psychiatry, Child Psychiatry).
Contact Info
Email: ctonai@hawaiiresidency.org
Phone: (808) 586-2903
Address:
UH Psychiatry Residency Program
William F. Haning, III, Program Director
1356 Lusitana Street
UH Tower 4th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

The UH Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, an affiliate of the University of Hawai‘i Family Practice Residency, provides training for primary care physicians who are interested in the medical needs of the athlete. The fellowship program equips physicians with the skills needed to provide care to athletes at every performance level and to advocate for the benefits of exercise and sport in their practices, in their communities, and within their primary care specialty.
Contact Info
Email: fmrpaa@hawaii.edu
Address:
UH Sports Medicine Fellowship
UH Family Practice Residency
The Physician Center at Mililani
95-390 Kuahelani Ave.
Mililani, HI 96789

The Surgical Critical Care (SCC) Fellowship Program is an approved one-year surgical critical care training program which seeks to prepare physicians to become dedicated surgical intensivists who will continue to carry on the spirit of teaching as well as to strive for improving patient care. Besides mastering the clinical knowledge of intensive care medicine, the SCC fellow will grow as a teacher, administrator, arbitrator, and researcher. Due to the nature of critical care medicine, difficult political and ethical issues will be part of the daily experience. At some point during the year, the SCC fellow will begin to act the role of an attending. This metamorphosis in roles comes from gaining knowledge, respect from colleagues and self-confidence.
Contact Info
Email: surgery@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 586-2920
Address:
UH Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program
1356 Lusitana Street, 6th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

The Surgical Residency Program utilizes a "team care" approach in which private attending physicians admit their patients to the resident surgical service. Residents complete a series of required rotations which prepare them to either continue their training in general surgery or in a surgical subspecialty. Throughout their five years of training, residents will have increasing responsibility for surgical care, culminating in their chief year, when they will assume total responsibility for patient care and administration of a surgical team.
Contact Info
Email: surgery@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 586-2920
Address:
UH Surgical Residency Program
1356 Lusitana Street, 6th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

The University of Hawai‘i Transitional Residency Program (UHTRP) provides a well-balanced year in multiple clinical disciplines as preparation for a resident's chosen categorical residency. The resident's clinical experiences occur in several community based affiliated institutions.
Contact Info
Email: uhtrans@hawaii.edu
Phone: (808) 586-7477
Address:
Dr. Samuel Evans
Program Director
UH Transitional Residency Program
1356 Lusitana Street, 7th Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813


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