Graduate Medical Education

Joe PinoOn behalf of New Hanover Regional Medical Center and the faculty and staff of our Graduate Medical Education Programs, I want to welcome you!

Residency training is an exciting time. The transition from medical student to resident is a period of tremendous growth. Our faculty is committed to seeing each of our trainees develop the knowledge, skill and ability expected of a successful, independent physician. With this in mind, our team has developed systems of support, like our comprehensive wellness program as one example, to help you achieve this goal.

If you should have you have any questions about our residency training programs, our hospital or the region we serve and call home, please feel free to contact me or one of the members of our team.

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Joseph Pino
Vice President of Graduate Medical Education
Executive Director South East Area Health Education Center

Our Residency Programs

NHRMC offers four accredited Graduate Medical Education programs:

  • Internal Medicine, including a three-year categorical residency and a one-year preliminary program
  • General Surgery, including a five-year categorical residency and a one-year preliminary program
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology, a four-year categorical residency program and a one-year preliminary program
  • Family Medicine, a three-year residency program with ACGME Osteopathic Recognition status

Our full-time faculty, members of the UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine, are permanently based in Wilmington with responsibility for the teaching programs at NHRMC. Additionally, a faculty consisting of private practicing physicians participate actively in our teaching programs.