The George Washington University Internal Medicine Residency Program consists of a categorical medicine program, a primary care program, and a preliminary internship program. The mission of our Internal Medicine residency program is to train physicians who deliver high-quality, systems-based care to individual patients with understanding of population and public health principles. We strive to develop each resident's ability to deliver evidence-based, humanistic, high-quality medical care, and to prepare our graduates to be leaders and scholars in their fields.
Why come to GW? We offer:
- a rigorous education, including daily conferences and clinical care across three hospitals
- highly qualified and approachable faculty
- residents who are smart, diverse, and value learning from and teaching all members of the team (and who like each other!)
- patients from all walks of life with a wide variety of medical needs
- a great city, which is also the nation's capital
- access to the GW Milken Institute School of Public Health and rotations at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)