Program Highlights

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore's internal medicine residency program has a strong academic affiliation with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Residents in our program gain extensive clinical experience by working with patients in inpatient and ambulatory settings at Sinai as well as through core and elective rotations at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Our program highlights include: 

  • A three-year categorical program focusing on primary care as well as excellent medicine subspecialty exposure
  • Longstanding academic affiliation with The Johns Hopkins University through which our core full-time faculty members have academic appointments
  • Direct supervision on all rotations by distinguished Sinai faculty members who are highly experienced in clinical teaching and managing complex, diverse medical conditions
  • Around-the-clock, in-house attending physician coverage
  • A comprehensive curriculum encompassing all internal medicine topics in a systematic manner
  • A focus on evidence-based medicine in daily practice, didactics and journal clubs, covering both inpatient and outpatient topics
  • Competitive fellowship placements in numerous fields and specialties
  • Various basic and clinical research opportunities with nationally recognized authorities in their respective fields
  • Core and elective subspecialty rotations at Sinai, Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • A primary teaching site (Sinai) for students from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Our inpatient medicine resident teams have year-round teaching responsibility for JHU MS-III's and MS-IV’s on their core medicine clerkships, and our teaching faculty annually precept MS-I and MS-II students in their clinical skills longitudinal clerkships
  • Longitudinal board preparation program with both didactic and mentored components
  • Inpatient resident supervision by dedicated academic hospitalists chosen and evaluated for their excellent teaching skills and superior clinical care on a monthly rotation
  • Non-teaching services for the patients of our many community physicians
  • No overnight calls during rotations at Sinai Hospital
  • Formal resident and faculty mentorship program for all house staff
  • Strong culture of support and camaraderie both in the residency program and in the hospital

Internal Medicine Residency Program Facts and Figures

  • In 2020, we received 5,700 applications.
  • Our residents have a high success rate matching with fellowships programs across the nation (e.g. Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Maryland, Stanford University, Albert Einstein Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson).
  • We have a longstanding academic affiliation with Johns Hopkins University through which our core full-time faculty has academic appointments.

LifeBridge Health System Facts and Figures

  • LifeBridge Health is a diverse community of 26,000 faculty, staff, students, trainees and volunteers from around the world, with nearly 10,000 employees.
  • LifeBridge has more than 2,700 credentialed physicians within its network.
  • LifeBridge Health operates five hospitals (Sinai Hospital, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Grace Medical Center, and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital) with 1,052 pediatric, adult and psychiatric beds.