University of Michigan
Department of Internal Medicine
Since its establishment in 1848, the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan has been a leader in the advancement of patient care, education, and research. In 2018, the department continued to receive recognition as a standout in the field ranking #7 among Internal Medicine departments. With more than 800 faculty and 310 residents and fellows distributed over 13 divisions, we are the largest clinical department within the U-M Medical School.
Our department cares for more than half of the patients who come to Michigan Medicine for both primary and specialty care. In 2017, we had over 450,000 outpatient visits and more than 26,000 hospital discharges.
Our collaborative culture, state-of-the-art facilities and breadth of resources, gives our scientists the opportunity to take their leading research from bench to bedside. In 2016, our department was awarded more than $170 million dollars from federal, foundation, and industry sponsors and our faculty produced over 2,600 publications.
Ranked #7 by US News & World Report for internal medicine training, our department has high standards for education. We provide medical students, residents, and fellows a rich learning environment to build a solid foundation of excellence for careers in clinical practice and research.