The University of North Dakota Transitional Year Residency Program, based out of Sanford Health in Fargo, N.D., is a one-year training program that provides resident physicians with a clinical base year prior to advancing to their specialty training.
We are a small, community-based training program that is committed to providing individualized learner plans, fostering an environment of inquiry, and promoting learner wellbeing. Residents can expect to experience a collegial, experiential, and hands on learning environment inclusive of peers and faculty from multiple other residencies and fellowship programs. In addition, our small program size allows for numerous one-on-one experiences with faculty, which provides exceptional learning opportunities and aides in building strong professional relationships.
Residents in the UND Transitional Year Program enjoy a well-balanced clinical curriculum, excellent employee benefits, and a supportive learning environment fostered by UND and Sanford Health.
Our community based clinical training program is designed to meet the individual, educational needs of residents and the healthcare needs of the state of North Dakota and the adjoining regions, with emphasis on scholarly activity and patient safety.
- Office of Medical Education
Sanford Medical Center Fargo
5225 23rd Ave S
Fargo, ND 58104