Internal Medicine physicians complete three years of residency training, with most programs including rotations on various inpatient and outpatient services. Training in Internal Medicine will prepare you for a plethora of career opportunities in both primary and specialty care. Physicians board certified in Internal Medicine may work as a general internist or hospitalist, or may go on to complete sub-specialty fellowships in various fields, including but not limited to: Allergy & Immunology, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics, Hematology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Oncology, Palliative care, Pulmonary & Critical Care, and Rheumatology.
The Vanderbilt Internal Medicine Interest Group serves to develop interest in Internal Medicine among Vanderbilt medical students, as well as expose medical students to the breadth of opportunity within Internal Medicine. We host events to discuss career paths and specialties and to address applying for residency in Internal Medicine.
See the Specialties page if you have not yet registered for AAMC CiM
Eric Hall (email@example.com)
Meg Tebbs (Margaret.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rochelle Wong (Rochelle.email@example.com)
Faculty Advisor (Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medicine Clerkship Director):
Dr. Eduard Vasilevskis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VUMC Residency Director:
Dr. John McPherson (email@example.com)
VUMC Faculty to Contact:
VMS students have recommended these faculty members as great contacts for career info, shadowing experiences, and research opportunities
Dr. Anderson Spickard III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here is a Spreadsheet of Vanderbilt graduates who have matched into internal medicine, and where, over recent years. We hope this will help you reach out to some of them as you begin exploring residency programs!