The UC San Diego Dermatology Residency Training Program has received a commendation along with a five-year recertification from the Accreditation Committee for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
The ACGME commended Program Director Terence C. O’Grady, M.D., and his staff for the excellence of the program, with particular praise for the program’s pediatric training and scholarly activity.
“We’re very pleased with the results of the recent survey and are excited about the continued growth of the training program,” Dr. O’Grady said.
In a recent interview, Dr. Richard Gallo, Chief of Dermatology, said of the program, “It is one of the most competitive programs around.
“We are dedicated to outstanding clinical teaching as well as training the future academic leaders in dermatology.”
The Dermatology Residency Training Program is a three-year program that attracts hundreds of applicants for its three available slots each year.
Along with UC San Diego Medical Center, Rady Children’s Hospital and the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System are participating sites in the residency training program.