Internal Medicine Residency Training Program
Excellence in medical education has been a tradition of Sisters of Charity Hospital for over 160 years.
The University at Buffalo Internal Medicine Training Program at Sisters Hospital combines hospital activities, outpatient experience, and an understanding of the realities of private practice. You'll gain practical experience in diverse clinical settings and work with ABIM-certified staff who strive to bring the best out in you, based on your personal strengths.
As our program is dual-accredited by the ACGME and the AOA, our residents are exposed to multiple fields of study and become well-rounded, knowledgeable physicians.
We offer a fully approved, three-year program designed to satisfy the requirement for certification of the American Board of Internal Medicine to practice as a board-eligible / board-certified internist or entry into fellowship.
We also offer a preliminary year program that provides intense exposure to internal medicine for residents planning to enter other residency training programs.
Submit Your Application
We accept applications through ERAS in September of each year. Click here to learn how to apply.
I chose to come to Catholic Health because I was impressed by both the academic strength of the program and also the feeling of community among the residents.
Since it's a smaller program, we all get to know each other and we get along really well. We get a lot of personalized attention here too.
I've been very happy with my decision to come to this program.
– Helen Nazareth, M.D.
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