Medicine Medical Education
The Department of Medicine at University Hospitals, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, has a long tradition of training some of the nation's leading physician-scientists. Our education programs consist of the Core Clerkship Program to provide training to medical students, our Internal Medicine Residency Program and our General Internal Medicine and specialty fellowship programs.
We are honored to announce that we have a 100 percent American Board of Internal Medicine success rate for 2018, and our fellowship Match Rate for the class of 2019 is 100 percent.
- Residency Program
The Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program offers outstanding clinical and academic medicine training, tailoring each resident's experience through a series of Pathways, with an emphasis on patient care and career development.
- Fellowship Programs
We have long been recognized as a preeminent leader in adult internal medicine, biomedical research and the teaching of physicians. The department has a wide array of superior fellowship training program offerings, including:
- Medical Students
The Department of Medicine has a long-standing history of providing exceptional research and clinical training opportunities for medical students and residents, including:
Award Recognition for Department of Medicine Faculty
With a commitment to excellence, our faculty has received numerous awards based on recognition of the following qualities:
- A commitment to professionalism
- A proven ability to provide compassionate, appropriate and effective care to all patients
- A willingness to acquire and share new knowledge
- An unusual depth of knowledge in their field
- Outstanding interpersonal communication skills
Harrington Fellows Program
The Harrington Fellows Award recognizes early to mid-career physician-scientist faculty within the Cleveland academic community. Up to two Harrington fellows are chosen each year through a competitive selection process.
International Scholarly Activity Funding
The Department of Medicine, with funds from The Roe Green Center for Travel Medicine and Global Health, will provide an opportunity for medical residents and fellows to undertake clinical and scholarly activities internationally in resource-limited settings. Learn more about the International Scholarly Activity Funding program.
Educational Programs in Clinical Research
The Department of Medicine has world-class scientists and clinicians engaged in basic, translational and clinical research. Our students come from diverse backgrounds, with different scientific and clinical interests, but share the desire to make an impact through their work and practice. We offer a Certificate Program, Master's Program and PhD in Clinical Research.