Through collaborations within and beyond our school, we offer
innovative interdisciplinary residency programs to meet the
challenges of today’s complex health care system.
This four-year program prepares you for a career providing
medical care to both adults and children. The majority of the
program’s graduates pursue careers in primary care, although
some go on for further training in subspecialties such as
rheumatology, infectious disease and endocrinology.
All aspects of the program are fully integrated into the medical
school’s internal medicine and pediatric residency programs.
Our residents rotate through several major, distinct hospitals,
gaining a broad exposure to the range of medical problems of adults
and children across all social strata.
The program meets all the guidelines of both the American Board
of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics. Upon
completing it successfully, you will be eligible to sit for board
examinations in both internal medicine and pediatrics.
In conjunction with the School of Public Health and Health
Professions, we offer a combined four-year internal
medicine/general preventive medicine residency. The internal
medicine residency provides the first two years of training in this
program followed by two years of training in preventive medicine,
including the academic and practicum phases.
Upon completing the program successfully, you will receive the
MPH or MS degree and be expected to meet the requirements for
certification by both the American Board of Preventive Medicine and
the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Applicants must meet the requirements of, and be accepted by,
each component program.