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Welcome to the Brown University Internal Medicine Programs in Providence, RI
Our programs are headquartered at Rhode Island Hospital with core hospital rotations also at The Miriam Hospital and the Providence VA Medical Center. Our programs include Categorical, Primary Care (GIM), and Preliminary, and offer residency training across a broad variety of clinical disciplines. Our residents benefit from a variety of clinical locations across the three hospitals, and from a large cohort of teaching faculty within the Warren Alpert Medical School.
Our Mission Statement
The Brown University Internal Medicine Program seeks to promote the development of the consummate internist – doctors who practice with a high level of compassion, knowledge, skills, and professionalism. Our residents and faculty reflect a broad diversity of backgrounds and experiences unified by a dedication to our profession. We aim to give residents the opportunities, tools, and guidance to practice patient-centered care in a variety of environments. Our graduates will hold the care of their patients as their primary goal, accomplished through lifelong learning, scholarship, and education. We achieve this goal through mentorship, experiential learning, and by upholding high ethical standards. Our graduates are prepared for future growth as generalists and subspecialists, practitioners, and investigators, held together by the common bond of dedication to their patients and to the community of medicine. Collaboration, team-work, and devotion to self and others are our core values.
Kelly McGarry, MD has been elected Governor of the Rhode Island Chapter of the American College of Physicians
Dominick Tammaro, MD has recently completed his term as Chairman of the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) Educational Programming Committee, responsible for the planning and execution of the premier annual professional meetings for medical educators in Internal Medicine, including clerkship and residency leaders.
Jennifer Jeremiah, MD was recently appointed to the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM) Program Planning Committee, responsible for the professional development content of that organizations two annual residency director meetings.
Beth Gentilesco, MD was appointed co-director of the AAIM Collaborative on the Learning Climate for Medical Education.
Ross Hilliard, MD was appointed to the American College of Physicians Medical Informatics Committee.