Anthony Martinez, MD Ernesto Leon Velarde, MD.

“I appreciate the flexibility of the 4+1 schedule utilized in our training,” says resident Ernesto Leon Velarde, MD, right, with faculty member Anthony Martinez, MD.

Our residency program fulfills all American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)/Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, ensuring you get nationally competitive training in internal medicine.

We prioritize the quality of your training as a physician: You’ll have opportunities to work with patients who have conditions across the spectrum germane to internal medicine, training with experienced, attentive faculty. Our system of affiliated hospitals and clinics gives you experience with multiple care environments and patients from a wide variety of backgrounds.

Our scheduling system divides inpatient and outpatient training, commonly known as 4+1: it alternates traditional rotations with week-long ambulatory blocks. This allows you to focus on the needs of your patients and your training without being distracted by driving from place to place during their day. Our residents and faculty have universally found this system to benefit both inpatient and outpatient training.