Accredited in 2011, the Eisenhower Internal Medicine Residency Program is designed to provide broad-based clinical training, with an emphasis on preparation, for comprehensive primary care and hospitalist medicine. The goal of our program is to assist residents in developing the competencies necessary to become outstanding comprehensive internists, capable of managing diverse patients with a broad range of diseases. Residents are given guidance and advice to develop their careers, achieve scholarship, and assure competencies needed for the next steps of their careers.
Our goal is to train residents with the skills required of an internist but more importantly achieve the ability to be expert self-learners as they progress into our ever changing health system. To this end, we have established and emphasize a clear foundation of Core Internal Medicine clinical experiences and curricular content in the form of lectures, case based discussions, simulation and web-based learning. We fully endorse and emphasize the Core Competencies as described by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), which are Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Professionalism, Systems-Based Practice, Practice-Based Learning and Improvement, and Interpersonal and Communication skills.