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John A Burns School of Medicine

The University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine was established in 1965. Its mission is to teach and train high quality physicians, biomedical students, and allied health professionals for Hawaii and the Pacific, and to conduct both clinical and basic research in areas of specific interest to the region.

UH Department of Medicine

The Department of Medicine is the largest department within the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Its mission is to enhance the quality of medical care available to the people of Hawaii by providing medical education in internal medicine.

UH Internal Medicine Residency Program

The University of Hawaii Internal Medicine Residency Program has trained hundreds of highly skilled internal medicine specialists since its inception in 1975.

American College of Physicians

The American College of Physicians is the nation’s largest medical specialty society. Its membership includes 124,000 members, including medical students as well as physicians in both general internal medicine and related subspecialties. Website includes Residency Database search (requires ACP membership).

Strolling Through the Match

Strolling Through the Match is a resource developed by the American Academy of Family Physicians but designed for consistency and applicability to the career planning objectives of most medical students, regardless of specialty interest. It is revised annually by the AAFP.
AAFP’s Strolling Through the Match


FREIDA is the American Medical Association’s Fellowship and Residency Electronic Interactive Database. It provides information on over 8,200 graduate medical education programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, as well as over 200 combined specialty programs.