The aim of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Internal Medicine Residency (formerly Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix) is to train the next generation of knowledgeable, compassionate and resilient physicians to provide high value care to our community in an area of clinical practice that they are passionate about, whether it is primary ambulatory care, hospital medicine, an internal medicine subspecialty or academic medicine.
As a mid-sized university program in one of the largest cities in the country, we prepare graduates to create and implement reliable care practices that enhance quality and improve safety through their participation in an innovative curriculum and clinical experience at a Quaternary referral hospital (Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix) and the Phoenix Veteran's Administration (VA).
Additionally, our program prioritizes a commitment to excellence and the support of each resident’s individual personal and professional goals with the desire that our graduates be role models of self care and wellness, as they promote the well-being of the patients they serve.
For those passionate about a career in ambulatory general internal medicine, we offer a Primary Care Track within our traditional categorical Internal Medicine Residency Program. Our goal for the Primary Care Track is to train general internists who demonstrate excellence in primary care, leadership, advocacy and the business of medicine.
We offer fellowships in:
- Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology.
- Clinical Informatics.
- Hospice and Palliative Care.
- Medical Toxicology.
- Pulmonary/Critical Care.
If you are motivated to learn from every experience and are committed to high value, patient-centered, innovative patient care as part of well functioning team, we encourage you to come visit our program. You will find that training in Internal Medicine with our program is a positive and educationally rewarding experience.