Internal Medicine Residency

Incoming Residents Class of 2017

ACGME Initial Accreditation:

  • 95.24 percent AOBIM board pass rate, compared to 88.6 percent nationally
  • Approved for 18 positions

Internal Medicine Residency Features:

  • Hospital resident service with daily Attending rounds
  • Continuity Care Clinic
  • Direct "“Attending to Resident" teaching
  • Weekly board review lectures
  • Interactive, Resident Driven/Attending Supervised Journal Club
  • Resident research project
  • Internal medicine didactics (subspecialty lectures)
  • Case studies
  • OMM lectures
  • Web-based internal medicine curriculum using the MKSAP online learning course
  • Internal medicine clinical curriculum
2019 White Coat Ceremony, Internal Medicine Associate Program Director and 2017 IM SJMC graduate, Brandon Morris, DO, and Internal Medicine 2019 Intern, Augusta Essuman-Nelson, DO

Internal Medicine graduates accepting fellowship training upon completion of our program:

  • Dr. Holly Bean (2016) – Infectious Disease Fellowship at Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Dr. Lubaina Presswala (2016) – Endocrinology Fellowship at Hofstra North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System in New York
  • Dr. Grant Pierson (2015) – Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship at Parkview Hospital in Pueblo, Colorado
  • Dr. Catherine Stadler (2015) – Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York
  • Dr. Mihir Buch (2017) - Corpus Christi Medical Center Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship in Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • Dr. Tyler Andrea (2019) - Nephrology Fellowship, Allegheny General Hospital/ Allegheny Health Network, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Dr. Kelsey Graven (2019) - Fellowship – Allergy and Immunology, University Hospitals
  • Dr. Kelly Luttmann (2019)- Critical Care/Infectious Disease, University of Toledo Medical Center
Caitlin Gillen, DO 
Program Director:
Caitlin Gillen, DO Chief Internal Medicine Resident 2019-2020
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