The Drexel/Hahnemann residency in internal medicine is a university-based training program in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. Residents rotate through Hahnemann University Hospital, a tertiary care referral center, and through Abington Memorial Hospital, a large, state-of-the-art community hospital with the only accredited trauma center in its county. The affiliation with Drexel University also provides a vast array of resources for our residents, including the only school of public health in Philadelphia and numerous research opportunities.
During their training, house officers are expected to take primary responsibility for the care of all their patients. The interns act as the primary care physicians and the residents act as supervisors, consultants, and educators to the team, which often includes third- and fourth-year medical students. As the house officers mature in knowledge and experience, their clinical responsibilities will also increase accordingly. At all levels there is support and supervision from attending faculty members, with an emphasis on mentoring our young physicians.
We offer a well-rounded clinical training program that includes rotating through a tertiary care and progressive community hospital, opportunities for further education and research at Drexel University, and commitment to you as an individual. Drexel University College of Medicine can provide residents superior training with skills for a successful lifelong career.
News & Events
"Internal Medicine Residency Awards Day!"
Each year, our program celebrates a trainee in each class who has distinguished him or herself with their work over the past academic year. The honorees were announced in the annual awards ceremony held on Wednesday, June 10, 2015. We congratulate the winners of Intern and Resident of the Year for 2014-2015:
- R1: Dr. Maulin Patel
- R2: Dr. Andrew Gangemi
- R3: Dr. Sukhdeep (Rita) Kaur
"Residents Honored as Golden Apple Winners and Nominees"
The Drexel University College of Medicine Golden Apple Award honorees were announced in a ceremony at the Queen Lane Campus on April 6, 2015. Each class of Drexel medical students nominate and vote on the honorees.
"Amir Kalani, MD, PhD, Receives ACG Award"
The American College of Gastroenterology has selected second-year resident Amir Kalani, MD, PhD, to receive the 2014 ACG GutRunners Award.
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Please note that residents and fellows are employed by and insured by the hospital; they are not employees of Drexel University.