Radiology/imaging resident program
Minneapolis VA Health Care System is a major teaching hospital for the University of Minnesota (UMN) Radiology Residency Program.
Residents must be affiliated with University of Minnesota Department of Radiology Residency Program. At any time, there are approximately 10 radiology residents at Minneapolis VA. Our residency rotations include GI, MSK, nuclear medicine, interventional radiology, non-invasive vascular, and modality rotations in Fluoroscopy, CT and ultrasound.
Residents rotate through the various modalities and interact closely with staff. They attend the University for didactic lectures and clinical presentations (either remotely or in-person). In addition, multi-disciplinary conferences are attended by residents on the appropriate rotation.
Resident requirements prior to training
Please complete the VAMC onboarding checklist located on your New Innovations profile.
IMPORTANT: On all forms, please use an email address that you will access regularly for the duration of your VA training.
Please enter the Minneapolis VA Medical Center Outpatient Entrance or Main Entrance. Follow signs to the Imaging main hallway “1R” sign.
Wait in the Imaging reception area (room 1R-128) to be greeted by staff.