Transitional Year Residency Program at UPMC Mercy

UPMC Mercy's Transitional Year Residency Program offers:

About Our Program

The UPMC Mercy Transitional Year Residency Program is among the largest in western Pennsylvania (15 residents per year). With so many residents in the transitional year, you have a better chance of joining other residents who share your interests, compared to smaller programs.   

Our residents come from a wide variety of U.S. medical schools, concurrently matching into categorical residencies and fields, such as:

  • Anesthesiology
  • Dermatology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Radiology
  • Radiation oncology

About UPMC Mercy

UPMC Mercy is a Level I trauma center and a Joint Commission-certified stroke center. It's also the main campus of UPMC’s Rehabilitation Institute.

We have more adult emergency department visits than any other UPMC hospital, and we have the only burn center in the UPMC system.

UPMC Mercy has more than 1,200 medical staff, including 24/7 on-site presence of:
  • Anesthesiologists
  • Emergency medicine physicians
  • Hospitalists
  • Intensivists
  • Obstetricians
  • Trauma surgeons

Contact Us

UPMC Mercy Transitional
Year Program

1400 Locust St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone: 412-232-5533
or 1-800-637-2946
Fax: 412-232-5689


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