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Internal Medicine Residency Program

Internal Medicine Residency Program

Internal Medicine Residency Program

Internal Medicine Residency Members in 2023

Mission

To produce highly motivated physicians who are equipped with the tools necessary to meet their individual career aspirations, dedicated to mastering the concepts of professionalism, devoted to compassionate patient-centered medical care, and dedicated to continuous learning, in the best traditions of medicine

Overall Education Goals 

  • To provide a comprehensive, well-integrated training experience in internal medicine.
  • To promote an atmosphere of scholarly inquiry where residents participate in quality improvement and research projects.
  • To create an educational environment that values wellbeing, camaraderie and professionalism.
  • To foster an enduring commitment to value-awareness and patient-centric care as modeled by our faculty, appreciating the diversity of our patients.

Internal Medicine Residency Program Overview

PGY-1

  • General Medical Floors: Appx. 16 weeks
  • Intensive Care Unit: Appx. 8 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic: 10-11 weeks
  • Night Float: Appx. 4 weeks
  • Subspecialty/Elective*: Appx. 9 weeks

PGY-2

  • General Medical Floors: Appx. 8 weeks
  • Intensive Care Unit: Appx. 6 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic: 10-11 weeks
  • Night Float: Appx. 4 weeks
  • Subspecialty/Elective*: Appx. 19 weeks

PGY-3

  • General Medical Floors: Appx. 8 weeks
  • Intensive Care Unit: Appx. 4 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic: 10-11 weeks
  • Night Float: Appx. 4 weeks
  • Subspecialty/Elective*: Appx. 21 weeks

Additional Information

  • This structure is based upon this academic year and is subject to change.
  • Service weeks may vary between individuals in each class based upon the needs of the schedule (this is why things are approximate).
  • Subspecialty/Elective time must meet all ACGME requirements for experiences needed to graduate before it becomes truly flexible elective time.

Residents have protected time for noon conferences every day from 12 to 1 pm. 


Monday: 

  • Week 1: Rheumatology
  • Week 2: Nephrology/Board Review
  • Week 3: Journal Club
  • Week 4: Resident M&M

 

Tuesday: 

  • Week 1: Wellbeing Time (occasional add-on conference)
  • Week 2: Schwartz Rounds (Bioethics)
  • Week 3: Wellbeing Time (occasional add-on conference)
  • Week 4: Wellbeing Time (occasional add-on conference)

 

Wednesday: 

  • Week 1: Neurology
  • Week 2: Cardiology
  • Week 3: Clinical Reasoning Concilium Rounds
  • Week 4: Endocrinology

 

Thursday: 

  • Week 1: Clinical Reasoning Docendo Discimus Rounds
  • Week 2: Dept. of Medicine Grand Rounds
  • Week 3: Dept. of Medicine M&M
  • Week 4: Pulmonary/Critical Care

 

Friday: 

  • Week 1: Gastroenterology (odd) / Geriatrics (even)
  • Week 2: Program Operational Meeting
  • Week 3: Hematology/Oncology
  • Week 4: Radiology

 

2023 Conference Outline Flyer (PDF)

2024 Main Residency Match

  • Regarding application requirements:
    • We do not have any cut-offs or exclusionary criteria (no score cut-offs, no year of graduation requirement, etc).
    • We do prefer that you have USCE.
    • Our program and institution will only sponsor the J-1 visa for those in need of visas.
  • Interview invitations will begin going out around mid-October
  • All interviews and resident open houses will be virtual
  • Our program will not be hosting general open house sessions this year. For those who are selected to interview, we will have informational sessions available to attend during the interview season.

All applicants must apply through the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The NRMP program code is 1942140C0.