The Internal Medicine residents rotate through two divisions of
The full-time and volunteer teaching faculty is comprised of both university and community hospital trained internists and subspecialists who offer a practical approach to patient care. The Internal Medicine residents care for patients in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, receiving extensive experience in the ambulatory care clinic and in community-based physician offices. The critical care units offer the opportunity to work with Board-certified intensivists and support staff in a closed ICU model.
In addition to a comprehensive, multi-specialty inpatient and ambulatory care experience, AtlantiCare is home to the Heart Institute, the Neurosciences Institute and the Cancer Care Institute, as well as a Level 2 Trauma Center, all of which provide a unique educational opportunity for the residents.
Our biggest innovation has been the introduction of a block schedule with rotations through Ambulatory Care every six weeks. This experience allows for greater continuity of care with dedicated full-time and part-time attendings who get to know you and your patients very well. In addition, the Ambulatory Care blocks also allow for offsite rotations in Ophthalmology, ENT, GI, Pain Management, Dermatology, Allergy/Immunology, Palliative Care, Wound Care, Podiatry as well as dedicated time for study or research.
Most blocks are two-week rotations allowing for extensive exposure during each rotation with minimal call responsibilities. Most electives are call-free.
Other innovations include a Physician Leadership rotation for all senior residents, a dedicated Procedure rotation for interns, and dedicated rotations in Cardiology, Nephrology, Neurology, Rheumatology and Endocrinology.
Thank you for your interest in AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center’s Internal Medicine Residency Program. Our program is dually accredited by both the ACGME and the AOA.
We will only consider candidates for the 2014 academic year with the following credentials:
Qualified candidates must apply through ERAS. No other form of application will be considered. Items that must be submitted via ERAS include:
All qualified applications are screened by the Selection Committee. Interviews are by invitation only. Please be advised our program supports only J-1 visas.