Thank you for your interest in Quillen College of Medicine, Internal Medicine Residency program! Your training and educational goals are important to us. We provide meaningful research and continuity clinic opportunities as well as a variety of elective rotations which expose you to many different subspecialties.
QCOM IM Resident Program Philosophy
The Department of Internal Medicine is strongly committed to encouraging scholarly activity and research among its residents and fellows. These goals will be accomplished through a solid academic program and the importance of bedside teaching. The faculty in the department will serve as teachers and mentors as well as colleagues.
Our Goals For QCOM IM Residents
Our Internal Medicine residents will have a wealth of knowledge in the practice of internal medicine, areas of patient care through practice-based learning, interpersonal communication skills and professionalism. Each resident will demonstrate special achievement based on scholarly activity. This may include knowledge developed from a research project, case study or literature review. It may also include a special lecture or presentation. Since residents are in an advanced training program, academic conferences are very important. Therefore, the QCOM IM Residency Program requires 70% attendance of conferences sponsored by department.
Educational Programs and Conferences include:
QCOM IM Continuity Clinic
Residents may elect a research month during their second and third year with an approved project.
Our QCOM IM Residency Program offers a wide variety of subspecialty electives: