- When does the program begin?
- Are residents paid during the program?
- What is a typical schedule for a resident?
- Why City of Hope?
- Where does the resident practice?
- What sets this residency apart from other programs?
- Are graduates qualified to take the Oncology Certified Specialty exam?
City of Hope is one of only 49 comprehensive cancer centers in the nation, the highest designation possible from the National Cancer Institute.
City of Hope has been ranked as one of the nation’s “Best Hospitals” in cancer by U.S. News & World Report for over 10 years.
City of Hope is a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, meaning our research and treatment protocols advance care throughout the nation.
Our excellence in bone marrow and stem cell transplants: City of Hope has performed more than 14,000 bone marrow and stem cell transplants.
In the 2017 fiscal year, City of Hope was awarded more than $135.1 million in research grants and received approximately $398.1 million in revenues from patented technologies.