The Categorical Track provides broad training in general internal medicine and medical subspecialties in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Most residents in this program pursue academic careers in general internal medicine or medical subspecialties. Residents may choose research electives in their R2 and R3 years.
PRIMARY CARE TRACK
The UW Internal Medicine Residency Program is committed to training the next generation of general internists to be leaders in academic primary care, health care policy, public health, and community practice. Our Primary Care Track provides an individualized training environment for every resident, allowing our residents to focus their training to their specific career goals.
Programming for all residents
Pathways offer a specialized curricular focus for your R2 & R3 years around particular topics in medicine.learn more
Our conferences throughout the week and specialty educational activities are central to our core curriculum.learn more
Research & Scholarship
Our residents have many options for performing research and other scholarship.learn more