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2018 Residents

Internal Medicine Residency

Whatever your internal medicine career goal, find the clinical education and professional support to help you get there at Mount Auburn Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Learn from and build relationships with our attending physicians, use our flexible elective time to focus on your interests, and as a clinical fellow in medicine at HMS take advantage of Harvard resources to pursue research and other scholarly activities.

Our Internal Medicine Residency Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Learn More About the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Mount Auburn Hospital

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Experience of Providing Comprehensive Patient Care

As a resident at Mount Auburn Hospital, you benefit from the opportunity to provide comprehensive care. You will hone your critical thinking skills as you care for patients in a holistic manner and at the onset of their symptoms in the hospital or the primary care offices. After diagnosis, you will have the support needed to continue to care for your patients, prescribing and providing excellent care and working with our many exceptional Primary Care, Internal Medicine subspecialists, non-Medicine specialists and other support services.

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Our Programs

Categorical Program

Get the experience, training and knowledge you need to become a board-certified doctor of Internal Medicine or pursue medical subspecialties in the three-year categorical program.

You’ll work with your faculty advisor to customize your residency experience to meet your career goals, whether that’s working in primary care, becoming a hospitalist, or pursuing a competitive subspecialty fellowship. Learn more about the attention, instruction and guidance you’ll receive through our rigorous training pathways.

Residents from our categorical program go on to train in fellowship programs or practice medicine as a hospitalist or primary care physician.

As a member of the Categorical Program, you may choose a pathway that best fits your career interests and goals

Primary Care Pathway

If your goal is to become a primary care provider (PCP), you’ll benefit from the special training experiences available through our Primary Care Pathway.

Fellowship Pathway

Get the experience and support you need to be a competitive candidate for subspecialty fellowship programs through our fellowship pathway.

Hospitalist Pathway

Take advantage of our hospitalist pathway to get the training and experience to enter this quickly growing and popular field of medicine.

Preliminary Program

Gain a solid foundation for specialty training during the one-year preliminary program. You’ll benefit from the same postgraduate year one (PGY-1) learning experiences as the interns in the categorical program, with one exception—as a preliminary student, you won’t be assigned a continuity clinic.

Residents from our preliminary program go on to train in non-internal medicine specialties such as anesthesiology, dermatology, neurology, ophthalmology, radiation oncology, radiology, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Tailor Your Training

Get the educational experience that fits your career goals with a categorical program that offers ample, flexible elective time. You’ll have the freedom to spend nine of your 36 months of residency pursuing your passions—whether that’s conducting research or completing rotations in specific specialties. Spend your elective time at Mount Auburn, expand to another Harvard Medical School affiliate, or spend a month or two at another national or international training site.

Learn From The Best

At Mount Auburn Hospital, you’ll work directly with fully trained attending physicians—all of whom have teaching appointments at Harvard Medical School and a strong commitment to educating the next generation of physicians and health care leaders. They’ll guide you through rotations, support your scholarly activity, and act as mentors and career advisors.

Learn more about our leadership and faculty and hear from our program director and chair.

Be a Scholar

Dive deeper into a specific area of interest and get valuable experience for your curriculum vita during your scholarly project. You’ll create a proposal, conduct research (with access to all the resources available at Harvard University), and showcase your findings at medical grand rounds. You’re also encouraged to submit your project for publication or presentation. Examples of scholarly projects conducted by past residents include:

  • Case presentation
  • Clinical or basic science research project
  • De novo literature review or book chapter
  • Quality or system improvement initiative

Enjoy Life in Boston

You’ll love our location in Cambridge, Massachusetts, just across the Charles River from Boston proper. Discover what it’s like to live in Cambridge and learn more about the benefits included in your compensation package.

Apply Today

Learn about deadlines and application requirements for the Internal Medicine Residency at Mount Auburn Hospital.

Resident Perspective

Stephanie Antoine, MDAt Mount Auburn, one is able to get a sense of working in a community hospital, as well as what it’s like to practice medicine in an academic institution. Faculty members are committed to maintaining a high level of excellence, professionalism, and utmost patient care, which makes me strive to do my best every day. I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to grow and learn as a physician in this environment.”
Stephanie Antoine, residency class of 2017

Mount Auburn Hospital

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