Internal Medicine Residency Program
Training internists that achieve excellence while caring with compassion.
It is a great time to be a resident at UTHSC! Looking around, we see new construction in every area including the new $280 million Methodist University bedtower, the $36.7 million multidisciplinary simulation center, and the multi-million dollar renovation of the original UTHSC quad to create a state-of-the-art research facility. This construction represents the growth of our hospital partnerships, clinical education, and the development of real institutional support to advance the production of meaningful interdisciplinary translational research.
At every level in the system, innovation is thriving, and the Internal Medicine Residency Program is no different. This year, responding to changes in medicine and anticipating the needs of future internists, the program transformed its curriculum to operate on a 3+1 block system and developed an ambulatory curriculum that offers a more robust experience. As a result of these many improvements in both the system and program, the quality of training and opportunities available to our residents has never been greater.
The UTHSC College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program Announces Internal Medicine Chief Residents for 2018-2019 Academic Year. Read More
Positions are offered through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). All applications must be submitted through ERAS.
A complete application consists of:
- Current Photograph (required)
- Personal Statement
- Medical School Transcript
- USMLE or COMLEX Scores(Step 1 score is required with submission of your initial application.)
(Step 2 CS and CK scores are required prior to the deadline for submission of the rank list.)
- Three Letters of Recommendation (including the medicine chair)
Our 2016-2017 chief residents are:
- Matthew Barnes, MD
- Deirdre James, MD
- Andrew Han, MD
- Shelly Swindler, MD
- Alex Woods, MD
The Department of Medicine has a long history of excellence in the education of residents. The department has also achieved national and international recognition for its clinical and basic science research activities.More
Our residents rotate to four major Memphis teaching hospitals:More
Among the 126 Departments of Medicine nationwide the University of Tennessee ranks in the top 20% in NIH funding per faculty member ($104,000 per faculty member).
Every resident is required to complete a scholarly activity before graduation. This can include case reports, noon conferences with accompanying monograph, clinical research projects, and bench research projects.
This year residents will complete over 25 research months in a variety of areas, including basic and/or clinical research in cardiology, nephrology, lipid metabolism, endocrinology, pulmonary, rheumatology, and allergy.More