Creighton University and its clinical departments, with the cooperation of its affiliated hospitals, offer postdoctoral programs in major clinical specialties including Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pathology, Psychiatry, Diagnostic Radiology, General Surgery and Urology. In addition, Creighton University serves as the training site for University of Nebraska Medical Center sponsored residents in Pediatrics and Neurology.
These are primarily residency training programs that prepare physicians for certification in a clinical specialty. These individual programs vary in length from three to five years, depending upon the specialty involved and are described in more detail on the School of Medicine website.
Medical fellowship programs are offered in allergy/immunology, cardiology, child psychiatry/post-pediatrics portal, colon-rectal surgery, endocrinology, infectious diseases, interventional cardiology, pulmonary/critical care, gastroenterology, and family medicine obstetrics.
These individual programs vary in length from one to three years, depending upon the subspecialty and are described in more detail on the School of Medicine website.