Internal Medicine

Thank you for your interest in our dually accredited ACGME and AOA Internal Medicine Program at Community Memorial Health System. We are proud of our program, which offers an opportunity to learn medicine in a collegial environment that emphasizes academic excellence. Our small residency program allows for one-on-one faculty instruction with a diverse group of dedicated physicians with a wide breadth of experience. Residents develop strong diagnostic and treatment skills with the goal of training community leaders focused on compassionate care.

Our three-year training program has a structured core curriculum as well as elective rotations and required community service. Residents train in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, including a weekly continuity clinic and a rotation through the medical specialty clinic. Protected didactic time includes Morning Report, Board Review, specialty-specific lectures, Journal Club, Morbidity and Mortality conference, and skills labs.

Research is an integral part of our residency program. Our highly skilled librarian and research team help residents to develop their own research project and see it to completion.  Many of our residents present their scholarly work at ACP and ACOI conferences.

Our residency program is founded on values of compassion, quality, integrity and teamwork. Through strong commitment to our core values, lifelong learning, and patient care, we train independent physicians who are in the forefront of providing expert care in the community. If this program sounds like one where you will thrive, please explore our website.

Again, thank you for your interest.

Deborah Carlson, MD, FACP
Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

Any questions? Please contact:
Griselda Barrett
Internal Medicine Program Coordinator
gbarrett@cmhshealth.org