Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program

Radiology Associates of Canton partners with Aultman, Mercy and NEOMED to offer a four-year ACGME accredited training program in diagnostic radiology. We provide a complete learning experience with dedicated instruction in each subspecialty of radiology.

Our institution's diversity provides extensive clinical experience in all areas of radiology. Our residents are integrated into the workflow pattern so they have a primary position in delivering diagnostic and interventional radiology services, optimizing their learning. 

Completion of our residency program provides 
graduates with the skills and experience necessary to continue into sub-specialty training or directly enter the private practice of radiology.
 
We welcome your interest in the program and are eager to provide additional information about the educational opportunities here at the Canton Radiology Residency Program.  For further information, please contact Stephen Passerini, M.D., Program Director, at 330-363-6856.

Aultman Hospital and the Canton Medical Education Foundation select all residents through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

International Medical Graduates may apply through ERAS via the ECFMG. The residency programs of Aultman Hospital and Canton Medical Education Foundation (CMEF) have certain requirements for IMGs in order to be considered for an interview.  Refer to the individual program sites.

A complete application includes the following:
· Completed application
· Personal statement
· Transcript from medical school
· Curriculum Vitae
· Dean's Letter
· USMLE or COMLEX board scores
· Three letters of recommendation


The IMG applications must also include:
· Valid ECFMG Certificate
· ECFMG scores and reports

All applications for all programs are processed through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)Paper applications are not accepted.

 


Medical School Affiliation

Aultman Hospital is proud to have a Major Association with Northeast Ohio Medical 
University (NEOMED)
.  “The decision to conduct medical student education in
community teaching hospitals is consistent with the goal of the University to orient its
students toward patient care particularly in the community setting.”