Internal Medicine Residency
BMC's Internal Medicine Residency is an exceptional clinical education program designed to produce highly-qualified future primary care, hospitalist, and subspecialist physicians. We are committed to collaborating with our residents to provide a community atmosphere that supports growth and independence throughout training
Osteopathic Medicine Residency
Berkshire Medical Center has a firm commitment to providing a complete osteopathic medical education for all osteopathic trainees who participate in our teaching programs.
The General Surgery Residency at Berkshire Medical Center provides an excellent learning environment for those seeking a career in general surgery and those interested in further sub-specialty training.
BMC's Adult Residency Program in Psychiatry is a four-year, ACGME accredited program with a rich curriculum of seminars that both meet and exceed program requirements for certification in psychiatry.
Our residents receive a well rounded experience that prepares them to succeed in careers as private practitioners, public health dentists or to seek specialty residency positions. The dental resident's are members of the Berkshire Medical Center house staff who are able to achieve the balance of outstanding clinical training and rewarding personal lives.
Dr. Alex Sabo is the Director of Medical Education and Population Health for Berkshire Health Systems, and oversees Medical Education. He has an inspiring message for new physicians considering our residency programs.
Berkshire Medical Center offers competitive salaries and a full range of excellent benefits for education resources and board examinations, health care, life insurance, registration fees and four weeks of paid vacation.
It's beautiful here and fun! Sting is coming to the Berkshires this summer - a region known for great cultural attractions as well as beautiful landscapes and all-season sports. Boston and NYC are both 2.5 hours away.
The “Rounds for Fostering Meaning in Medicine” are held two to four times per year and bring together our multidisciplinary teams to share in achieving the practices and values mentioned above.
The experiences of nurses, medical staff, residents, medical students, allied health professionals, certified nursing assistants, security personnel, housekeepers, chaplains, our diversity council and others are contributors to the topics and situations addressed in the rounds. The rounds are held two to four times per year as the need arises.