Internal Medicine Residency Program
The mission of the UConn Internal Medicine Residency Program is to prepare physicians to practice optimal internal medicine in the United States now and in the future. We have designed a dynamic curriculum and a rich environment that promotes growth and independence and prepares our residents for the next stage of their career. Whether your goal is to become a primary care physician, a hospitalist, or a sub-specialty fellow, our flexible curriculum will allow you to explore all of your academic and research interests and individualize your educational program to meet your specific career goals.
Graduates of the internal medicine residency program are prepared to practice general internal medicine primary care, to be competitive for sub specialty training, to conduct research, and to teach patients and colleagues.
Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program
The mission of the Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program is to train exemplary general internists who are skilled in providing high quality, comprehensive, and compassionate primary health care to adults in any health care setting. Our program uses diverse care settings and a broad mix of patient populations to provide a wide range of internal medicine experiences. Our curriculum is divided equally between inpatient and outpatient care with an emphasis on office practice, continuity of care, health promotion, and the health of communities. Our dedicated faculty provides a rigorous and supportive collegial training environment.
Graduates of the residency program are successful in pursuing careers in general internal medicine or obtaining subspecialty fellowships.