Medical Residencies at Barnes-Jewish Hospital
After all those hard years of studying and sacrifice, you've finally made it. You've graduated from medical school, and you're ready to take the next step in your medical career – residency training. Once you complete your residency, you can obtain your unrestricted license and work as a fully qualified doctor in the US.
If you're reading this page, chances are that you're completing your residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Barnes-Jewish Hospital is a leading hospital in St. Louis and one of the top 20 hospitals in the US. As a Washington University School of Medicine trainee, you have the privilege of completing your residency at this respected medical center, but a medical residency comes with its own set of challenges. The work is demanding, and you are expected to take responsibility for your knowledge, behavior, and professional growth.
If for any reason, you are accused of breaching Barnes-Jewish Hospital policies, your residency may take longer to complete than planned. In the worst case, you may lose your position in the program. Joseph Lento, an experienced medical resident attorney-advisor, wants to stop this from happening if possible. Contact him at 888.535.3686 for help dealing with