Chief Resident Welcome

Hello!

As the chief medical residents for this academic year, we would like to extend you a warm welcome. We are very excited to represent the Department of Internal Medicine, and give back to our residency program, which has given us so much during our three years as residents.

As your chief residents, one of our top priorities is ensuring that your voice is heard. We want to provide an experience that balances clinical service and education throughout your residency.

We also want to ensure that resident wellness is at the forefront of your experience here. We have always taken our residents well-being seriously, and firmly believe that a cornerstone of your training revolves around this.

We know that residents are the heart and soul of our program, and without you, our outstanding reputation wouldn’t precede us. The elite training our residents receive allows them to pursue fellowships and careers all over the country. As graduates from this program ourselves, we know first-hand how much residents mean to the success of our program.

To learn more about our program you can follow us on Instagram and Twitter.

It is an honor and privilege for us to work with you in this role for this next year.

Sincerely,

Chris, Abbie, Megan, Georgi
Chief Medical Residents, 2020-2021
Department of Internal Medicine

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