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Internal Medicine Residency
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"Our residents and faculty are our greatest resource, and the residents drive continued positive change in the program."
 
 
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The NCC-Internal Medicine Residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center brings together the best of Military Internal Medicine.

Located next to the National Institutes of Health and Uniformed Services University, the new Walter Reed Bethesda hospital anchors an integrated military healthcare system, with 50 ICU beds, 274 patient rooms, 27 ER beds, a 7-story outpatient building, and new gym/pool/lodging facilities.

The joint Army/Navy NCC-IM residency program offers internal medicine and subspecialty training. We are a busy academic medical center with dedicated teaching faculty and a history of excellence in clinical education and research. Our patients include wounded warriors, military beneficiaries, veterans, foreign dignitaries, and our Nation's Leaders. We have active partnerships for training globally, including Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (Germany), NH Guam, Army/Navy research facilities (Kenya/ Peru/ Djibouti/ Honduras/ India), as well as with area hospitals including the DC VA, Washington Hospital Center, INOVA Fairfax, and Virginia Hospital Center. We send residents on humanitarian missions on the hospital ship USNS Comfort and clinical/research rotations at NIH.

Our innovative ambulatory block scheduling system deconflicts inpatient and outpatient responsibilities and guarantees protected weekends off at 5 week predictable intervals. We pioneered development of the GME patient-centered medical home and train residents to be leaders in military medicine and primary and specialty care.

Our residents and faculty are our greatest resource, and the residents drive continued positive change in the program.

On the outskirts of Washington DC, Walter Reed Bethesda is within easy reach of the National Zoo and Mall, many sporting venues/ restaurants, and numerous historic/military sites. Conveniently located on the DC Metro.

Click here for more information about our combined Internal Medicine /Psychiatry Program
Schedule a 4th Year Rotations in IM:

Contact: Mr. Elijah Harvey
(301) 295-9727

SUBINTERNSHIPS: Oncology, Ward Medicine, Medical ICU, Cardiology, DC VA Medicine Wards

CLINIC/CONSULT ROTATIONS: Cardiology, Pulmonary, ID/HIV, Heme/Onc, Endo, GI, Nephrology, Rheum, Sleep, Allergy, IM Consults

Questions about IM rotations?
Contact
Lt Col Alyssa McManamon, USU Advanced Clerkship Director

Internship Applicants:
Internship applicants should ensure they have entered their application/information in MODS by the deadlines and instructions of their Service GME Depts. You may access updates annually at these links:

Navy GME Information/Selection Procedures

Army Medical Education Directorate Website

Air Force Medical Service Physician Education

Interview Season: ~July 15 - October 15

Prior to interview email:
Internal Medicine Program Administrator
  • CV (current contact information/e-mail/phone)
  • Dates of availability for an interview
 
Phone: (301) 319-8754
 
Questions? Email Us
 
Uniform options for interview:
Army/Air Force - ASU/Service Dress Blue
Navy - Summer White or Service Dress Blue
 
For GME Information Contact:
 
Directorate for Professional Education Graduate Medical Education Office
Phone: (301) 319-8278
DSN: 285-8278
Fax: (301) 295-9186
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Contact

Directorate for Professional Education
Graduate Medical Education Office


Phone
Main:(301) 319-8278
Fax: (301) 295-9186
DSN: 285-8278


Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday
0700 - 1500