Medical CV Format

A medical CV or resume is used when submitting an application to work in a medical institution. A medical resume is different from other types of resumes. In addition to personal information, educational and professional background, achievements and referees, a medical CV may also include such other details as internships, fellowships, residencies, published works and memberships. The following is a sample resume illustrating the format of a medical CV.

Alicia Smith

3567 Geek Street

Leyton, London

Mobile: 297 – 555 – 5984

Career Objective

A hardworking and reliable medical professional seeking further experience and training in emergency and accident medicine

Professional Background

2008 – Present: PRHO Medicine and General Surgery – University College Hospital, London


Recognizing and giving correct and immediate treatment in numerous Surgical and Medical conditions including

  • Myocardial infraction
  • Overdose/poisoning
  • Seizures
  • Dealing with urological emergencies including urinary retention, renal colic and haematuria

2007– 2008: SHO Orthopedics and Trauma – Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, London


Offering appropriate treatment to such conditions as

  • Lumbar puncture
  • Attending to orthopaedic injuries including Salter Harris, supracondylar and Galazzae fractures, septic arthritis and ankle injuries

Educational Background

2005 – 2007: Leyton Medical Centre – London

2003 – 2005: Residency – Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford, London

1999 – 2003: (MBBS) Bachelor of Surgery – King’s College, London

1995 – 1999: Bachelor of Science, Medical Sciences (Honours) – King’s College, London


2002: Welfare Secretary of the Medical Students’ Association


Smith A. (2005). Sexual maturity: The role played by Mitochondrial regeneration
Journal of Medicine. Vol. 07, pp 119 – 127

Membership and Affiliations

London Board of Medical Practitioners

Hobbies and Interests

  • Swimming
  • Cray fishing
  • Hunting


Available upon request


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