Pediatrics Residency Program
Greetings to you from the Morehouse School of Medicine Community Pediatric Residency Training Program. We’re glad that you want to learn more about us. We hope that as you explore our website, you will see our commitment to the community at large as well as to underserved populations.
Atlanta is a very diverse city. There are children from across the globe here with different cultures and languages and we have the privilege of caring for them. We believe that our differences make us stronger. In addition to direct patient care, our residents have rotations that give more concentrated attention to the social determinants of health. This knowledge is then reinforced as we…
Successful, long-term careers are built on a foundation of resident well-being and work-life balance.
Message from Chief Resident
“Service To Others Is The Rent You Pay For Your Room Here On Earth.” -Muhammad Ali
At MSM, we are committed to meeting the needs of our community. We believe that this can be achieved when we engage in meaningful community service.Learn More
At Morehouse School of Medicine, you’ll have the resources you need to be successful, now and in the future. Our curriculum covers a wide variety of core competencies, including pediatric cardiology, critical care, endocrinology, genetics, hematology and oncology, neonatology, and toxicology. You’ll learn all this from dedicated, experienced faculty at a variety of training sites, including Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding.
To provide the best training for our residents, we are affiliated with some of the most prestigious hospitals in and around the Atlanta area.
Our Faculty and Staff
At the MSM Pediatrics Residency Program, you’ll be surrounded by award-winning faculty who genuinely want to help you excel. You’ll become a part of a group of able caregivers that advocates fiercely for our community and for each patient.
Why Morehouse School of Medicine
Listen as Graduate Medical Education Residents tell you more about why they chose to attend Morehouse School of Medicine and what their experiences taught them.