Public Health & Preventive Medicine Residency Program

Leading the way in improving the health of communities

As a resident physician in our five-year postgraduate Public Health and Preventive Medicine (PHPM) Residency Program, you’ll build the skills required to understand the health needs of populations, and develop strategies for improving health and well-being through health promotion, disease prevention, and health protection.  This flagship post-graduate training program paves the way for the public health specialists and leaders of our future. Equipped with a broad base of knowledge and skills appropriate for diverse career paths, our graduates work as medical health officers, physician epidemiologists, researchers, and population-focused clinicians.  
  • Program Overview

    Learn more about our program, its requirements, and the academic training our residents receive.
  • Prospective Residents

    Find out about the Canadian Resident Matching Service and how to apply.
  • Current Residents

    Learn more about the PHPM residents.
  • Teaching Faculty

    Our residency program depends on the contributions of our esteemed faculty and preceptors.
  • Contact Us

    Contact us to learn more about the program!
  • Careers and Alumni

    Find out what careers our graduates have gone on to, and connect as alumni.