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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R)
Residency Program

University of Washington Medical Center
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Welcome to the University of Washington Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency website. The University of Washington Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation training program is among the top residency programs in the United States, and the Department is consistently ranked in the top four by US News & World Report.

Some of the residency program's strengths include:

  • A large patient population and multiple training sites to see Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation practiced in a variety of settings.
  • Our Chairman, Dr. Peter Esselman, is a strong leader and is committed to resident education.
  • Our program director, Dr. Karen Barr, has had a long career in medical education and is an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher.
  • The University of Washington faculty includes some of the top physiatrists in the country. They are a diverse group with cutting edge expertise and provide excellent teaching and supervision to the next generation of physiatrists.
  • Each resident is assigned a faculty advisor to assist them with career guidance, feedback, and mentoring
  • The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine has a strong presence in the University of Washingon Medical Center (UWMC) and the Graduate Medical Education (GME) office.
  • Some of the best and brightest residents in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Our residents have diverse backgrounds from allopathic and osteopathic schools and some with prior training in other fields including Internal Medicine and Surgery.

To learn more about the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation residency program, please explore the links below:

PM&R Residency Program Application Deadline

Applications for the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency are due by October 1st, 2014.

Featured Faculty

Mark Jensen, PhD

Mark Jensen, PhDMark Jensen, PhD is a Professor, and Co-Director of the Rehabilitation and Research Training Center on Aging with Disabilities, which addresses the specific challenges that affect people who are aging with physical disabilities related to spinal cord injury (SCI), multiple sclerosis (MS), Post-Polio Syndrome (PPS), and muscular dystrophy (MD). Read more...

View the archive of all Department of Rehabilitation Medicine faculty interviews

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