Medical Dictionary

residency


residency

noun res·i·den·cy \ˈrez-əd-ən-sē\
plural res·i·den·cies

Definition of RESIDENCY

:  a period of advanced medical training and education that normally follows graduation from medical school and licensing to practice medicine and that consists of supervised practice of a specialty in a hospital and in its outpatient department and instruction from specialists on the hospital staff
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