General Internal Medicine

John Fudyma, MD.

“We’re committed to training future leaders in internal medicine, improving community health and advancing patient-oriented research,” says division chief John Fudyma, MD.

The Division of General Internal Medicine is committed to improving the health and well-being of the Western New York community through the delivery of high quality and effective health care that is distinguished by excellence, innovation, integrity, collaboration and compassion.

In recognition of this commitment, our division has a unique academic mission of training the next generation of physicians through education, patient-oriented research and a scholarly approach to clinical practice.

General internal medicine faculty and their trainees are dedicated to improving the health of their individual patients and the larger community.

Our faculty have distinguished themselves as innovative researchers, dedicated teachers and trusted clinicians.
Whether you’re a medical student or resident, we’re committed to furthering your interests and skills in general internal medicine.
Our pursuit of groundbreaking research in general internal medicine complements our division’s commitment to excellence in clinical care and education.
Every day, our physicians dedicate themselves to raising the standard of care in general internal medicine.
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Chief, General Internal Medicine

Fudyma, John

John Fudyma, MD, MPH

Clinical Associate Professor and Chief, General Internal Medicine

Erie County Medical Center, 462 Grider Street, Room C-218 Buffalo, NY 14215

Phone: (716) 898-5211; Fax: (716) 898-4493