Our residency program meets all the requirements of the Residency Review Committee (RRC) and is fully accredited by the ACGME.
The goal of our program is to foster the personal and professional growth of our residents and to prepare exemplary pediatricians who are humanistic, compassionate, and committed to children's health.
Learn about the program's expectations for PL-1 (intern) year, and the changing responsibilities for residents during PL-2 and PL-3 years.
Read about just a few of our educational highlights including simulation and our Pediatric Preventative Medicine Residency.
Learn about our scholarly activity curriculum and research opportunities as well as our Leadership and Preventative Medicine Residency Program.
At CHaD, some residents choose a community service project, while others choose advocacy.
Learn more about our Global Health curriculum and opportunities for international work.
- About the Residency Program
- Facilities and Units
- Current Residents
- Program Graduates
- Life in the Upper Valley
- Application Process and Contact Information