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Hartford Hospital - Diagnostic Radiology R1 (PGY-2) Position

Unexpected R1 Diagnostic Radiology opening at Hartford Hospital for July 2021

Hartford Hospital (Hartford, CT) has an unexpected opening and is seeking to fill an upcoming R1 (PGY2) Diagnostic Radiology Residency position. Start date would be July 1, 2021, and applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited PGY1 internship in good academic and professional standing prior to that date.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter explaining your interest in this position, ERAS application or comparable CV, USMLE transcript, copy of medical school diploma, a copy of Dean's letter (MPSE), and letters of recommendation.

Please send all application materials to Paula Levenson, our Diagnostic Radiology Program Coordinator, at: Paula.Levenson@hhchealth.org

Hartford Hospital is one of the largest tertiary care teaching hospitals in New England and has been training physicians for over 160 years. We are a level 1 trauma center, a stroke center of excellence, and have one of the largest surgical caseloads in the United States. Additional residency training is provided at the on-campus Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, on- campus musculoskeletal Bone and Joint Institute, and outpatient offices of Jefferson Radiology. We have a total of 20 radiology residents and no fellows, so our residents get undiluted opportunities for their diagnostic and interventional cases. We are ESIR certified. Teaching is provided by our diverse staff of 60+ radiologists covering all subspecialties of diagnostic and interventional radiology. We have excellent fellowship placement and a very collegial environment in which to train. Feel free to check out our resident webpage at:


Hartford, Connecticut provides all the benefits of New England with four actual seasons, great restaurants, entertainment venues, and a plethora of nearby outdoor opportunities. Situated halfway between Boston and New York, you get all the benefits (and training experiences) of a big inner-city hospital, without having to live in the city.