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Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences - UIC

UIC Occupational Medicine residency

The Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Program at the University of Illinois School of Public Health offers a 2-year residency program in occupational and environmental medicine in partnership with the College of Medicine and the University of Illinois Hospital. The program is offered to physicians who have already completed their internship and includes academic coursework leading to the Master of Public Health degree at the School of Public Health and a clinical year with consultation service, epidemiology, industrial, and elective rotations. Successful completion of the program results in board eligibility in Occupational Medicine under the American Board of Preventive Medicine. The program also offers physicians advanced research training leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The program emphasizes the preventive medicine aspects of occupational and environmental medicine. The University of Illinois and Cook County Hospital the Stroger (formerly Cook County) Hospital programs share program leadership, faculty, and clinical experiences as well as the resources of the Great Lakes Center.