Historical match rates to graduate medical education programs accredited by the American Osteopathic Association, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education can be found on the AZCOM Program Statistics webpage at www.midwestern.edu/academics/degrees-and-programs/doctor-of-osteopathic-medicine-az/program-statistics.xml

Through its membership in the Midwestern University Graduate Medical Education Consortium, AZCOM offers a continuity of osteopathic medical education from the first year of medical school to the final year of postdoctoral training. Residency and fellowship programs cover a wide spectrum of medical specialties. Encompassing one of the nation's largest sets of postdoctoral programs dedicated to the osteopathic philosophy of medicine, the AZCOM and MWU GME consortium is broad reaching in scope, resulting in a multifaceted approach to graduate medical education that focuses on primary care. With unique predoctoral and postdoctoral teaching and training opportunities at some of the finest health care facilities in the Midwest and Southwest, as well as around the country, AZCOM and MWU GME affiliated hospitals consistently lead the nation in terms of cutting-edge technology, treatment and care.

MWU GME Consortium postdoctoral programs include residencies in primary disciplines, and fellowship programs in many subspecialties. Programs follow the guidelines of, and receive accreditation from, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The MWU GME Consortium has received continuing accreditation from ACGME as an institutional sponsor since 2018. The MWU GME Consortium sponsors GME programs as an ACGME institutional sponsor in the region of the Glendale, Arizona campus, or provides resources and accreditation services to institutions which sponsor their own GME programs. 

Residency or fellowship training is offered through the MWU GME Consortium in a number of disciplines.