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When I do search on FREIDA online, I see that specialty, subspecialty selection and combined specialty. Which one is eligible to apply for Residency.
Can I apply subspecialty selection and combined specialty ?

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You can apply to the following specialties or specialty-combinations

Anesthesiology
Child Neurology (Neurology) Dermatology
Diagnostic Radiology/Nuclear Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine/Family Medicine
Family Medicine
Family Medicine/Preventive Medicine
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine/Anesthesiology
Internal Medicine/Dermatology
Internal Medicine/Emergency Medicine
Internal Medicine/Family Practice
Internal Medicine/Medical Genetics
Internal Medicine/Neurology
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics (commonly called Med Peds)
Internal Medicine/Preventive Medicine
Internal Medicine/Psychiatry
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (Neurology)
Neurological Surgery
Neurology
Nuclear Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Orthopaedic Surgery
Otolaryngology
Pathology-Anatomic and Clinical
Pediatrics
Pediatrics/Anesthesiology
Pediatrics/Dermatology
Pediatrics/Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics/Medical Genetics
Pediatrics/Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery-Integrated
Preliminary Year (Internal Medicine)
Preliminary Year (Surgery)
Preventive Medicine
Psychiatry
Psychiatry/Family Practice
Psychiatry/Neurology
Radiation Oncology
Radiology-Diagnostic
Surgery-General
Thoracic Surgery-Integrated
Transitional Year
Urology
Vascular Surgery-Integrated
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If I applied in Internal Medicine/Emergency Medicine ... So I will be a board certify in both of them .. Can I do fellowship in IM or emergency ?
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If I applied in Internal Medicine/Emergency Medicine ... So I will be a board certify in both of them .. Can I do fellowship in IM or emergency ?
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Yes. You can be dual board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine and you can then apply for fellowships in Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine.
For official information read here
http://www.abim.org/certification/po...dim/comem.aspx

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Yes. You can be dual board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine and you can then apply for fellowships in Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine.
For official information read here
http://www.abim.org/certification/po...dim/comem.aspx

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Dr.stepTaker, thank you very much and I greatly appreciated your help.
You are very helpful .. Good lcuk
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