Dermatology Residency Program

The Dermatology Residency Training Program at UAMS is an ACGME accredited four-year categorical residency training program. The Department of Dermatology has a proud history of training outstanding dermatology residents for greater than 60 years.

The faculty members who comprise our teaching faculty dedicate the majority of their academic effort to teaching and mentoring the superior dermatology residents in our department. As we deliver high quality and compassionate patient care, we strive to create a training atmosphere centered on mutual respect, collegiality, humanism, and innovation.

Basic Facts

Residency Program Director
Henry Wong, M.D., Ph.D.
HKWong@uams.edu

Residency Program Coordinator
Ms. Sarah Stidham
SMStidham@uams.edu
501-526-6551
Fax: 501-686-7264

The UAMS Dermatology Residency Training Program is an ACGME accredited four-year categorical residency. Applicants who match in our program are assigned to the UAMS Internal Medicine training program for the PGY1 year. (This designation means that we do not accept trainees who have had any PGY training prior to matching into our program.) Unique opportunities we have implemented during the PGY-1 year include the once weekly continuity clinic experience in dermatology clinics at UAMS and the monthly dermatology rotation at the VA hospital clinics, which are described in more detail below.

We match 3 residents into our Training Program each year, giving us a total of 12 residents. Nine of these are Dermatology Residents (PGY-2 through PGY-4 residents) and the other three are PGY-1 interns in Internal Medicine.

The Department of Dermatology Residency Training Program participates in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) and only accepts applications for our training program through ERAS.

There are three training sites in our program – The UAMS Medical Center, the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, and the Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Members of the teaching faculty are actively involved at each teaching site and provide omnipresent direct supervision to residents.