As the program director of the Sinai Hospital Program in Internal Medicine, I encourage you to learn more about our residency programs in categorical and preliminary medicine.
We offer three-year categorical positions and one-year preliminary medicine positions. The exact number of positions varies year to year. Our goal is to prepare categorical residents for every aspect of a career in internal medicine, whether you choose to pursue primary care, subspecialty medicine, academia or work as a hospitalist. Our preliminary medicine residents pursue training in a variety of disciplines including anesthesia, ophthalmology, neurology, rehabilitation, radiology and more.
A hallmark of our program is the individualized attention given to each resident while he or she is exposed to a wide range of clinical services and educational opportunities. Whether you are here for one or three years, our program is tailored to meet your individual needs.
The internal medicine core program is based at Sinai Hospital, the third largest teaching hospital and the largest community teaching hospital in Maryland. We serve a diverse patient population representing urban, suburban and rural populations and all socioeconomic groups. Our tertiary care programs have a regional reputation for excellence and our teaching faculty is committed to the education of our residents.
The program’s comprehensive curriculum ensures that all areas of general and subspecialty medicine are covered during our clinical rotations, core lecture series, urgent/emergent lectures, issues in medicine series and subspecialty related conferences. All conferences and teaching rounds are led by Sinai faculty.
I’m confident you will want to visit Baltimore once you know more about our program and I look forward to meeting you. I invite you to visit the other listed topics on this website to gain further insight and a better understanding of everything our residency program can offer to you.
John Cmar, M.D., FACP
Sinai Hospital Program in Internal Medicine