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Residency Programs

10 ACGME-Accredited Medical Residencies at UMMS-Baystate

Why choose Baystate for your GME training? Find out about our excellent benefits, research and other opportunities, and why many of our grads remain in the area at the Office of Graduate Medical Education.

An Overview of Our New Residents

We welcomed 90 new residents from 45 medical schools in 19 states (+ Puerto Rico) and 11 countries on July 1, 2019. Meet 3 of our new residents—Tara, Tiago, and Lauren.

Anesthesiology Residency

Program Director: Brian C. Martin, MD
Program Administrator: Maria Lopez
Phone: 800-959-4233

Emergency Medicine Residency

Program Director: Ben Osborne, MD
Program Administrator: Tara Rivest
Phone: 413-794-5999

Internal Medicine Residency

Program Director: Reham Shabaan, DO
Program Administrator: Marie Housey
Phone: 413-794-4373

Medicine-Pediatrics Residency

Program Director: Sharon Wretzel, MD
Program Administrator: Janet Williams
Phone: 413-794-3998

Obstetrics-Gynecology Residency

Program Director: Donald Kirton, MD
Program Administrator: Tanya Dorman
Phone: 413-794-5321

Pathology Residency

Program Director: James D. Mueller, MD, PhD
Program Administrator: Kerry Hayes
Phone: 413-794-5085

Pediatric Residency

Program Director: Laura Koenigs, MD
Program Administrator: Erica Lunden
Phone: 413-794-5084

Psychiatry Residency

Program Director: Steven Fischel, MD
Program Coordinator: Debra Bibeau
Phone: 413-794-2535

Radiology Residency

Program Director: Tara Catanzano, MD
Program Coordinator:  Gail Wall
Phone: 413-794-3521

Surgery Residency

Program Director: Neal Seymour, MD
Program Administrator: Joy Isotti
Phone: 413-794-5165

Other Opportunities for Residents

Resident Quality Council

Learn about quality improvement science, methods, tools, and become actively involved in QI projects. Any resident in good academic standing may apply for membership.

Global Health Initiative

Interested in international health and cultural diversity? REACH (Residents Educated in Alternative Cultures and Health) provides an overview of important issues for residents considering medical work in low resource settings.

Residency Programs for Other Health Care Professionals