Residency Programs


Creighton University School of Medicine offers eight residency programs to advance your medical knowledge and help you develop as a healthcare professional. We strive to match you with a program that best fits your needs and interests. 

Creighton residents train in the following specialty areas: 

  • Family Medicine: Acquire the knowledge and expertise to succeed in any practice setting as a family physician. 
  • Internal Medicine: Become a confident physician with a solid foundation for successful practice in general internal medicine.  
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology: Provide excellent patient care and improve women’s health as an obstetrician-gynecologist. 
  • Pathology – Anatomic and Clinical: Develop the skills to become a well-rounded pathology practitioner. 
  • Radiology – Diagnostic: Prepare to deliver cutting-edge radiological services as a physician. 
  • Psychiatry: Build on your knowledge and pursue success in the psychiatry field (joint program with UNMC)
  • General Surgery: Get a comprehensive surgical education driven by operative experience, structured sessions and mentoring. 
  • Urology: Train for a career in academic medicine or private practice urology. 

Beyond Residency 

After completing their residencies, Creighton residents go on to prestigious fellowships and enter careers in hospital medicine, primary care, academics and private practice at many top ranked hospitals and clinics around the country including: 

  • Cleveland Clinic 
  • Duke University 
  • Johns Hopkins 
  • Mayo Clinic 
  • National Institutes of Health 
  • Stanford University
  • Vanderbilt University 
  • Washington University 

Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) 

The Creighton University School of Medicine participates in ERAS – the Electronic Residency Application Service – from the Association of American Medical Colleges. Please visit the ERAS website for additional information. 

If you are an international applicant, you must hold U.S. citizenship, permanent residency, valid EAD or J-1Visa (Exchange Visitor Sponsorship Program). As of 2012, Creighton University does not sponsor H-1B Visas for graduate medical education programs.