Primary Care & Social Internal Medicine Residency

Primary Care and Social Internal Medicine Curriculum

"Residency training is a challenging transition to becoming a physician, and it is easy to see how residents lose their idealism and activism. The PCSM program is like a vaccination to that change."

—Minesh Shah, Program Graduate
Clinical Educator, University of Illinois Medical Center

Ambulatory Curriculum: The "Core Curriculum"
The unified core curriculum, the foundation of our rigorous program, is delivered during ambulatory block months during the 3 years of residency. 

Residency Scholarly and Advocacy Projects
All PC/SM residents develop basic research and/or advocacy skills by completing an independent scholarly or advocacy project during the course of residency training. 

Global Health Training
Diverse exposure to global health training, with actively involved faculty, global health immersion for second-year residents, and the opportunity to spend a month at a rural hospital in Kisoro, Uganda.

Upcoming Grand Rounds

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Medicine Grand Rounds: Resident Research Symposium Award Winners
Konstantin Boroda, MD; Eric Shulman, MD; Daniel Howell, MD; Maria Rubinstein, MD
8:00 AM: 3rd Floor Lecture Hall

Contact Us

Erin J. Goss, MD, AAHIVS
Program Co-Director  

Shwetha V. Iyer, MD
Program Co-Director 

Josephine Byfield
Program Administrator
718 920-2627 

Casey Browder
Program Manager 

more info 

Click here to log in