The School of Medicine offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. One hundred students are admitted annually into the first year of the program. The Undergraduate Medical Program at Queen's University is structured in sequential terms which will allow students to progress from scientific foundational knowledge through to clinical foundations of the human systems and finally, in clinical engagement during a two year clinical rotation series; including electives for students to explore areas of interest.
The university hospitals in Kingston are responsible for providing specialized care for more than 500,000 residents throughout southeastern Ontario.
- Kingston General Hospital'
- Hotel Dieu Hospital
- Providence Continuing Care Centre
- Kingston Regional Cancer Centre
Brockville, Lakeridge/Oshawa, Markham Stouffville, Ottawa, Toronto, Peterborough and Quinte/Belleville, Sharbot Lake, Prescott, Perth, Napanee, Marmora, Madoc, Gananoque, Elgin, Brighton, Athens, Toronto (Scarborough), Port Hope, Pickering, Haliburton, Fenlon Falls, Coburg, Campbellford, Bowmanville.
Regional Education in the School of Medicine at Queen's University works collaboratively with other Ontario medical schools and regional providers to assist Ontario Undergraduate and Postgraduate medical learners doing elective rotations in regional sites across Ontario.
- ERMEP (Eastern Regional Medical Education Program)
- ROMP (Rural Ontario Medical Program)
- SWOMEN (Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network)
- NOSM (Northern Ontario School of Medicine)
- OIME (Office of Integrated Medical Education)
- Mac-CARE (McMaster Community and Rural Education Program)
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