Where You'll Work

Our residents build a broad clinical experience through rotations at Emory's four major teaching hospitals and a large network of specialty clinics, research centers, and other patient care settings affiliated with the Emory health system.

ACGME Parker J. Palmer “Courage to Teach” Award for Program Director Excellence

Professor Ann Schwartz, MD, director of the Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Residency Training Program is the 2021 recipient of the ACGME Parker J. Palmer “Courage to Teach” Award for program director excellence.

"Dr. Schwartz sets a high academic bar for her residency program through the creation of an innovative curriculum in residency education. She implemented residency tracks in research, psychotherapy, and global and population health, which allow for individualized training experiences for her residents."

Residency Tracks

To complement your residency program, you can opt in to one of our five residency tracks to improve your skills and knowledge in a health-related focus area. Residents who complete one of these tracks will receive a certificate of distinction.

Featured Residency Track Global Health Residency Scholars

Provides knowledge and practical experience in global health through monthly lectures, seminars, and a one-month clinical rotation in Ethiopia.

Friendship and Most Rewarding Experiences

Get information about living in Atlanta and working as a resident or fellow at Emory

Residency can be stressful - learn about resources and services to keep you happy and healthy.