Study medicine in Regina

The College of Medicine offers a four-year Doctor of Medicine program and residency programs in Regina, Saskatchewan.

"I’m more of an active learner so I knew that if I came to Regina I’d really be able to thrive."

- Ashley Tshala, MD Class of 2020

Regina Campus

The campus is located in Regina General Hospital. It includes the Health Sciences Learning Centre, Dilawri Simulation Centre, and Health Sciences Library.

Hospital Setting

The campus is in Regina General Hospital. Residents, junior and senior medical students, and physicians are nearby. Students also gain experience at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre and Pasqua Hospital.

Dilawri Simulation Centre

Guided by physicians, students can experience medical situations ranging from emergency room visits to delivery simulations. They also learn and practice skills such as suturing and ultrasound.

Study and Learning Space

Study space, technology equipped classrooms, break out rooms, a student lounge and clinical exam rooms are conveniently located in the Health Sciences Learning Centre. The Health Sciences Library offers learning resources and study space.

Research

Students who are interested in conducting research have opportunities to apply for research projects. Research mentorship and support is available.

Medicine Programs

Regina campus undergraduate program video

The College of Medicine's Regina campus is located in Regina General Hospital. Students are based here for the first two years of the program.

In Year 3, some students have clerkship programs at training sites throughout Saskatchewan.

The curriculum is the same as the Saskatoon campus.

In Year 4, students prepare from their residency match. Here’s where 2021 Regina-based graduates matched in CaRMs:

  • 50%: Family Medicine 
  • 50%: Comination of Anesthesia, Anatomical Pathology,  Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Otolaryngology, Pediatrics, Phyical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry

Watch the video to see some highlights of the program and campus.

For more information about the Medical Doctor degree program at the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine, visit the Undergraduate MD program web page.

Regina campus postgraduate program video

After completing a Medical Doctor degree, approximately 60% of students continued their training with the University of Saskatchewan in 2020. 

Current residency programs in Regina include:

  • Emergency Medicine*
  • Family Medicine 
  • Internal Medicine
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry

Detailed information on residency programs can be found at canprepp.ca.

Watch the postgraduate program video to see more of the Regina campus and programs.

 

*Enhanced skills training program

Student Resources

Indigenous programs in Regina

For information on current initiatives at Regina campus, please contact Amanda Crowe, Indigenous Coordinator.

Indigenous Admissions Pathway

The College of Medicine Indigenous Admissions Pathway is designed to support the growing number of Indigenous people choosing to becoming doctors in Saskatchewan.

The program helps to navigate the pathways and resources available to Indigenous students as they train to become physicians.

The Office of Student Affairs on Regina campus offers a safe, welcoming place for students to explore ideas and work toward solutions in an open-minded and proactive environment.

They offer confidential advice and supports for student wellness, financial resources, accessibility accommodations, academic support, navigating College of Medicine procedures and policies, and resources for unmatched students.

For a complete list of resources, or to book an appointment, visit their website.

For information on how to apply to the College of Medicine, please visit the Admissions website.

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