Most medical care occurs in the ambulatory setting. Internists must be comfortable evaluating and managing both acute complaints and chronic conditions outside the hospital. Learn more.
Inpatient training provides residents exposure to generalists, hospitalists and a wide variety of subspecialists. All of the training occurs in an academic environment. Learn more.
All residents are required to complete a research project. Many of these have been awarded grants; presented at national meetings; and published in peer-reviewed medical journals. Learn more.
As part of our residents’ education and training, we have access to a state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Center. Here our residents learn and practice procedural skills. Learn more.
Service and Rotation Opportunities
Our program offers residents the chance to take part in international and rural rotations. It is a wonderful way to help those in need and also compliment your residency experience. Learn more.
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement
The department’s Quality & Innovation Program partners with the Graduate Medical Education program to expose residents to quality improvement and patient safety (PS/QI) across all three years of residency. Learn more.
Conferences and Lectures
The Department of Internal Medicine holds a variety of regularly scheduled conferences and grand rounds to broaden knowledge and understanding. Learn more.