Medical residencies at Baystate Medical Center

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Pathology Residency

Baystate Medical Center's Pathology Department is One of the Largest in New England

  • Our large volume and breadth of interesting cases and material offers a unique experience for the pathology resident.
  • The Pathology Residency program provides integrated training in anatomic and clinical pathology.
  • Residents rotate on Transfusion and Apheresis Medicine Services—the largest and most clinically complex type of such training experiences in Western New England.


   Find the Program that Best Fits Your Hopes & Desires

With 12+ years as Pathology Department Chair, and having interviewed 100s of highly qualified applicants, Dr. Richard Friedberg suggests 3 characteristics all applicants should focus on when choosing a residency.

You Train with Experts in Each Clinical Sub-Specialty

Our motivated subspecialty-trained faculty and a cooperative and friendly atmosphere create a wonderful environment to acquire the skills you seek in your development as a pathologist.

Baystate's Pathology Residency is ACGME-accredited.

Contact Information

Program Director
James D. Mueller, MD, PhD
Phone: 413.794.4500
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Program Administrator
Gretchen Lussier
Phone: 413.794.5085
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