Swedish Cherry Hill is one residency program with four unique training sites. These sites are the outpatient continuity clinics that together make up the residency. The curriculum is the same for residents no matter what clinic site serves as your continuity clinic. Many residencies with multiple sites have you apply to the general residency and will assign you to a particular clinic once you have matched. Since each of our clinics has distinct patient populations and attributes, we want residents who feel a connection with a particular site to be able to independently rank their choices. For this reason, applicants can apply to each clinic site individually.
How does this work in practice? When you’re applying to the Swedish Cherry Hill residency through ERAS, you can choose to apply to any or all of the clinic sites. We encourage you to apply to all of the clinic sites that interest you. No matter what sites you apply to initially, you will tour all of the sites on your interview day. If you fall in love with a site you didn’t apply to initially, it’s not too late! You can apply to any of the sites that you like even after your tour and interviews. It always remains your choice which sites to rank and in what order. It is important to know that the Seamar clinic is specifically looking for Spanish speaking applicants. If you do not speak any Spanish, you may choose not to apply to this site. Like any residency program you visit, after you interview, you can decide if you want to rank all of our clinics, a few clinics, or only the one that really appealed to you.
We encourage you to apply to all of our clinics before you interview (see Seamar above) so that we can better serve you on interview day.
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We are extremely proud of our graduates. They have demonstrated the wide breadth of training we offer here as well as our commitment to medicine as a vehicle for social justice. Our graduates work in diverse areas: