Historical match rates to graduate medical education programs accredited by the American Osteopathic Association, and/or the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) can be found on the CCOM  webpage at https://www.midwestern.edu/academics/degrees-and-programs/doctor-of-osteopathic-medicine-il.xml

Military GME programs (ACGME-accredited) can also be found on this webpage. Since July 1, 2020, all GME programs are now accredited only by ACGME. 

Through participation in the Midwestern University GME Consortium, CCOM offers a continuity of osteopathic medical education from the first year of medical school to the final year of postdoctoral training, much of which is located in the Chicagoland area.

Residency and fellowship programs cover a wide spectrum of medical specialties. The CCOM medical education continuum is broad-reaching in scope, resulting in a multifaceted approach to graduate medical education. With unique predoctoral and postdoctoral teaching and training opportunities at some of the finest healthcare facilities in the US, CCOM and the Midwestern University GME Consortium affiliated hospitals consistently lead the nation in technology, treatment and care.

Midwestern University GME Consortium postdoctoral programs include residencies in primary disciplines and fellowship programs in many subspecialties. The consortium either directly sponsors GME programs as an ACGME institutional sponsor in the region of the Glendale Campus, or it academically supports programs through the academic resources it offers to institutions which sponsor GME.

The CCOM Associate Dean for Interprofessional Education provides the physician leadership for the GME Consortium.