Internal Medicine Residency Program
There are a total of 28 residents in the Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences Internal Medicine Program. We also rank through the NRMP each year with 8 categorical slots and 2 designated preliminary residents. Designated means that they must have matched in a program that begins in the second year and will need to complete their first year in Medicine. They must have a commitment letter from a program before we can even consider them for one of two slots.
There are 12 rotations per year including Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry, Ambulatory (private office), Dermatology, Office Gynecology, ENT. The residents are offered an opportunity in their second year for an outside subspecialty elective. This is a very important step for selection/entry into a Fellowship after completing training. Each resident gets 21 days of vacation with 5 time off days.
Our graduates have proceeded on to various careers including hospitalists, research positions, academic teaching positions, sub-speciality fellowships at places like Harvard, Jefferson, University of Massachusetts, Louisiana State University, George Washington University and more.
Internal Medicine is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and is currently accredited for four years.
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