Medical residencies at Baystate Medical Center

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Pathology Residency

Baystate Medical Center's Pathology Department is One of the Largest in New England

  • Our large volume and breadth of interesting cases and material offers a unique experience for the pathology resident.
  • The Pathology Residency program provides integrated training in anatomic and clinical pathology.
  •  Residents rotate on Transfusion and Apheresis Medicine Services the largest and most clinically complex type of such training experiences in Western New England.

   Find the Program that Best Fits Your Hopes & Desires

With 10+ years as Pathology Department Chair, and having interviewed 100s of highly qualified applicants, Dr. Richard Friedberg suggests 3 characteristics all applicants should focus on when choosing a residency.

You Train with Experts in Each Clinical Sub-Specialty

Our motivated subspecialty-trained faculty and a cooperative and friendly atmosphere create a wonderful environment to acquire the skills you seek in your development as a pathologist.

Baystate's Pathology Residency is ACGME-accredited.

Contact Information

Program Director
James D. Mueller, MD, PhD
Phone: 413.794.4500
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Program Administrator
Gretchen Lussier
Phone: 413.794.5085
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