Division of Rheumatology
The department's exceptional residency programs enable new doctors to practice adult medicine in the community either as hospitalists or primary care physicians. We provide our physicians-in-training with diverse experience in inpatient and outpatient internal medicine, including general training and opportunities to work in subspecialty areas. This broad-based medical education prepares residents to manage the common problems they are likely to encounter.
Competition for a limited number of residency positions is keen, particularly for the emergency-medicine residency program, where some 500 candidates vie for nine openings each year. Highly acclaimed faculty physicians, many of whom are board-certified in multiple disciplines, and an extremely large number of critically ill and trauma patients make this graduate education program one of the most respected in the country. Click here for Fellowship Information and Requirements