Graduate Medical Education
As a teaching hospital, Freeman provides medical students and resident doctors the opportunity to study with some of the most knowledgeable and dedicated physicians in the country. Freeman is a member of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences – GME Consortium.
Freeman sponsors graduate medical education training in four residency programs: Emergency Medicine, Ear, Nose, and Throat, Internal Medicine and Psychiatry.
Our medical training programs provide a balance of primary, secondary, tertiary and inpatient quartiary care; ambulatory care; emergency care; and community health.
How to apply
- Download rotation application.
- Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) applications accepted August 15 – November 15.
- Interviews take place October-December.
- Residents matched in February.
- Apply here or contact your college of osteopathic medicine clinical education office.
|Dr. Robert McNab with the June 2017 Graduate Medical Education graduates.||Two students practice resuscitating a patient in a code blue simulation lab.|
|Dr. Robert McNab demonstrates chest compressions in a simulation lab.||Medical students practice their suture technique using pig’s feet.|
Based in Joplin, Missouri, Freeman Health System is the area’s only locally owned, not-for-profit health system, serving southwest Missouri, southeast Kansas, northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Freeman provides comprehensive healthcare and behavioral health services, including cancer care, heart and vascular care, neurosciences, orthopaedics, and women’s services, with more than 300 physicians representing 60 specialties. Learn more.
Enjoy an excellent quality of life in a progressive, medium-size town with all the amenities of big-city living. Joplin boasts a mild climate and all four seasons. With a low crime rate, it's a great place to raise a family. Learn more.
Freeman Graduate Medical Education
1102 W. 32nd St.
Joplin, Missouri 64804