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Marianjoy Physical Medicine and

Rehabilitation Residency Program

Since 1994, resident physicians have gained valuable exposure to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) medicine by learning from nationally known teaching faculty at Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital.

The Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of North Chicago, Illinois is an academic affiliate of Marianjoy's Residency Program which is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Our residency training program strikes an excellent balance between inpatient, outpatient and procedural opportunities to provide an educational experience of the highest quality. Our graduates are well-prepared to enter clinical practice, pursue a fellowship or begin an academic career at the end of their broad-based training.

PM&R residency training is 48 months (four years). Our program is a three-year advanced program beginning at the PGY2 level. Applicants are responsible for obtaining a PGY1 position. As per the requirements of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 12 of the 48 months must consist of a coordinated program of experience in fundamental clinical skills such as an accredited transitional year, or include six months or more in accredited training in emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, or surgery, or any combination of these patient care experiences. The remaining months of this year may include any combination of accredited specialties or subspecialties.

Applications for six PGY2 positions beginning July 1, 2020 are accepted via the Electronic Residency Application Service from September through November 1, 2018.


Didactic sessions are ample with active faculty participation in lectures, case presentations, chapter reviews, multiple-choice question review, journal clubs and grand rounds, all scheduled during weekly protected time.

Additional educational opportunities include:

  • Electromyography workshop (case presentations and hands-on)
  • Anatomy lectures
  • Prosthetics and orthotics course
  • Various workshops throughout the academic year

Research is encouraged throughout residency and is rewarded through financial support to a first author resident physician whose submission is accepted for presentation at either national conference: