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Office of Graduate Medical Education
 

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion 

Our staff puts an emphasis on equity, diversity, and inclusion because we believe exposure to different cultures and ways of life is the only way to create well-rounded, forward-thinking physicians. By creating a diverse and equitable learning environment, we give our residents and fellows the opportunity to have real, meaningful community engagement that will help them to grow as people and medical professionals. Our goal is to continue investing our resources into creating a medical workforce that is representative of the rich diversity found in New Orleans’ unique community and culture.

 

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Resident Resources  

The Office of Graduate Medical Education supports residents and fellows through every step of their journey. Here are resources residents can use as guidance during their training at Tulane School of Medicine.

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Accreditation

In February of 2022, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) extended probationary status for the Tulane School of Medicine, in its role as a sponsor of our Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs. While this will not affect your residency or fellowship training at Tulane, we want to be completely transparent about what this decision means. Learn more about the steps we are taking to address the ACGME probationary status.