The General Hematology Residency Program utilizes the services of the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS). CaRMS provides an electronic application service and a computer match for entry into postgraduate medical training throughout Canada. For more information and to begin the application process, please access the CaRMS website at www.carms.ca.
The application process for the 2016 year is now closed. Prospective residents who are matched with the program will be contacted by the General Hematology Program Training Director, Dr. Luke Chen, in late November.