As a graduate of a University of Minnesota residency or fellowship program, you are part of a strong professional community.
Our graduates are making an impact across the globe in hospitals, clinics, health system administration, academia, research, government agencies, and public health organizations.
Verify your training
If you need verification that you completed a residency or fellowship at the University of Minnesota, it must be processed through the program where you completed your training.
Consult the Verification Contact List for contact information for all University of Minnesota GME programs. Programs should receive verification inquiries directly. The GME Administration office does not complete verification of training forms, so routing them here delays your verification.
If you need to request a certificate of insurance, liability credentialing, malpractice claims history, and/or loss-run reports related to your time as a UMN resident or fellow, refer to this Medical Malpractice Credentialing / Insurance Verificaton site.
Maintain your access
Graduating residents/fellows can retain their U of M email account and x500 access.
See "Keeping your UMN Email Account Active" for more information on retaining your UMN e-mail access post-graduation.
UMN Library Access Ends After Graduation:
Graduating Residents/Fellows do not retain access to University of MN library resources after graduation. The below list offers suggestions for other library options available:
- Minnesota residents have free access to many electronic resources through eLibrary Minnesota. One database of interest is called Academic Search Premier.
- Minnesota residents can also borrow most UMN Libraries materials for free through their public library card. Contact your public library, or use MNLINK to request materials.
- PubMed Central is a free, full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM).
- Visitors can access nearly all online library resources from onsite library computers in any U of M library location.
Continue your education
Our office of continuing professional development offers a range of educational activities to support your lifelong professional learning.
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