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Training Leaders in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation A aerial shot of the Billings building

The Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation provides a three-year (PGY2-4) residency program with extensive training in the evidence-based diagnosis, care and treatment of patients with disabilities. Our goal is to train leaders in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. We hope you will find our program exciting, fulfilling and career-enhancing.

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  • Program Outline

    Residents receive a broad inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation experience, comprehensive didactics and opportunities for research.

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  • Meet Our Residents

    Our diverse group of residents includes physicians from all over the U.S., as well as other countries, representing a variety of backgrounds.

    Group of PM&R residents on one of the piers in Baltimore.
  • How to Apply

    The program has eight PGY2 positions each year. Candidates should apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) in the fall.

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We train our residents to become future
leaders in the field. The program provides a wide
variety of experiences in inpatient and outpatient
clinical physiatry as well as many opportunities for
research, teaching, community engagement and
quality improvement.

Tracy Friedlander, M.D., Residency Program Director


Congratulations to Our Newly Matched Residents

  • Alejandra Cardenas Rojas, Universidad de San Martin de Porres Facultad de Medicina Humana.
  • Jordon Erdfrocht, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Tanya Juneja, State University of New York Upstate Medical University, Alan and Marlene Norton College of Medicine
  • Ahmed Khawer, Lincoln Memorial University - DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Elliot Sadik, Georgetown University School of Medicine
  • Michael Suarez, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Samantha Wu, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Annie Yang, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Life at Johns Hopkins

Tour the Johns Hopkins Baltimore Campuses

Take a virtual tour of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Johns Hopkins Residency: An Inside Perspective

Hear from four Johns Hopkins residents about their day-to-day experience at Johns Hopkins.

White Coats for Black Lives

Staff members from across the Johns Hopkins Medicine community joined the #WhiteCoatsforBlackLives observance to honor victims of police brutality.


Learn more about residency life

Contact Us

Please contact us with any questions about the application process or about the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins:

Nicole Prioleau

Residency Program Coordinator
Phone: 410-502-2447
Email: [email protected]

For more information, please see our Residency Program Brochure.

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