UBC offers two Family Medicine programs, together with 73 specialty and sub-specialty training programs. All training programs are recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada. The duration of training varies from two years for Family Medicine to four to seven years for other specialties and sub-specialties.
With clinical training widely distributed throughout British Columbia, we offer a unique approach to postgraduate medical education and support our learners to pursue lifelong learning opportunities and build lasting community connections.
To find out more about the wide range of postgraduate training opportunities on offer at UBC, browse the program websites below.
Family Medicine and Specialty Residency Programs
Family Medicine – Clinician Scholar Program
Family Medicine – Emergency Medicine
Family Medicine – Health Care of the Elderly
Family Medicine – Sports Medicine
Family Medicine – Palliative Care
Laboratory Medicine – Anatomical Pathology
Laboratory Medicine – Hematological Pathology
Laboratory Medicine – Medical Microbiology
Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Subspecialty Residency Programs
Clinical Immunology and Allergy – Adult
Clinical Immunology and Allergy – Pediatric
Critical Care Medicine – Adult
Critical Care Medicine – Pediatric
Emergency Medicine – Pediatric
Endocrinology & Metabolism – Adult
Endocrinology & Metabolism – Pediatric
Gynecological Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
Hematology/Oncology – Pediatric
Infectious Diseases – Pediatric
Laboratory Medicine – Medical Biochemistry
Special Residency Programs
Area of Focused Competence (AFC) Fellowship Programs
Area of Focused Competence (AFC) programs are fellowship programs which are accredited via The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. For more information on the AFC programs available at UBC please refer to our AFC page here
The Faculty of Medicine provides innovative educational and research programs through an integrated and province-wide delivery model. Through the support of clinical faculty, students and trainees receive educational experiences in urban, regional, community and remote settings.
Campus locations include four University Academic Campuses, 11 Clinical Academic Campuses, 17 Affiliated Regional Centres and 65+ Community Education Facilities/ Rural and Remote Distributed Sites.