In 2019 so far, FREIDA™ users have tallied more than 3.5 million views of medical residency programs, sorting the options with numerous filters. The most-used filter narrows residency programs by state.

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Drawn from more than 59,000 pageviews of the 113 Maryland residency programs, we share the 15 programs that were most viewed by FREIDA™ users looking for details about Maryland residencies.

For another unique view of which programs are capturing the attention of your peers, check out our list of the 20 most-viewed residency specialties.

Rankings are based on user activity on FREIDA™ from Jan. 1–Sept. 30, 2019. To qualify for this analysis, users must have searched by specialty and applied a state or region filter. FREIDA™, the AMA Residency & Fellowship Database®, allows medical students to search for a residency or fellowship from more than 11,000 programs—all accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

15 most-viewed medical residency programs in Maryland

  1. MedStar Health (Baltimore) Program (Internal Medicine)

  2. Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Program (Internal Medicine)

  3. Johns Hopkins University Program (Internal Medicine)

  4. Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center Program (Internal Medicine)

  5. St Agnes HealthCare Program (Internal Medicine)

  6. University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center Program (Internal Medicine)

  7. University of Maryland Program (Internal Medicine)

  8. University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus Program (Internal Medicine)

  9. Greater Baltimore Medical Center Program (Internal Medicine)

  10. Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States Program (Internal Medicine)

  11. MedStar Health/Franklin Square Program (Family Medicine)

  12. Johns Hopkins University Program (Pediatrics)

  13. Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Program (Pediatrics)

  14. University of Maryland Prince George's Hospital Center Program (Family Medicine)

  15. Johns Hopkins University Program (Surgery-General)

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