Our graduates will be ready for unsupervised practice, pass the ABIM certification examination, and achieve their individual professional goals. These goals can range from matching at competitive subspecialty fellowships to pursuing careers in hospitalist medicine or primary care.
Graduates will continue to pursue scholarly activities and participate in performance and quality improvement to sustain a career distinguished by lifelong learning, clinical productivity, and scientific inquiry.
Graduates will deliver high quality, evidence-based, efficient care in a compassionate manner, interacting and communicating with staff, colleagues and patients in a style characterized by professionalism and humanism.
Graduates will contribute to a clinical learning environment that promotes wellness, supports the well-being of colleagues and peers, nurtures the education of future trainees, and encourages academic growth, critical thinking, and intellectual curiosity.