Clinical graduate programs were initiated in 1980 and their curricula is based on an individualized training of professionals who are under the permanent supervision and evaluation of specialists in each area.

The programs began with clinical residencies in the Faculties of Medicine and Dentistry. Their objectives are as follows:

•  To grant health professionals the opportunity to improve their knowledge and their attitude regarding a specific area of the Medical profession.
•  To project specialists’ knowledge and attitude towards the community.
•  To promote interest and motivation in research among specialists, so they may assume positions of scientific leadership.
•  To train professionals, not only in the scientific field, but also in ethical, human and social values.

Graduate Programs in Medicine:

• Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesia
• Anesthesiology
• Cardiology
• Interventional Cardiology and Hemodynamic
• Cardiovascular Surgery
• General Surgery
• Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery
• Facial Plastic Surgery
• Pediatric Intensive Care
• Dermatology
• Dermatopathology
• Pain and Palliative Care
• Echocardiography
• Specialization in Gastroenterology
• Cardiac Electrophysiology
• Gynecology and Obstetrics
• Pediatric Infectious Diseases
• Mastology
• Critical and Intensive Care Medicine
• Internal Medicine
• Emergency Medicine
• Neonatology
• Neurology
• Ophthalmology
• Pediatrics
• Perfusion – Extracorporeal Circulation
• Psychiatry
• Radiology
• Urology