Our residency program provides exceptional academics and teaching in a state of the art, top 100 community hospital setting. We have 27 internal medicine residents. Each year we accept eight residents to our categorical program and three to our preliminary program.
In 2008, we were awarded an unprecedented six-year accreditation cycle by the ACGME, and continue to get top annual reviews. We are proud of curriculum and patient care here at Providence St. Vincent, as well as the accomplishments and careers of our residents.
We've highlighted below helpful details about our program. We hope you enjoy learning about our program. Please feel free to contact us with further questions.
Our curriculum provides a broad exposure to all aspects of internal medicine.
- Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative
The Department of Medicine Faculty Practice was created specifically to provide the best possible outpatient educational environment.
- Accountable Care Unit
Our Accountable Care Unit provides an innovative design in patient care and resident education.
- Quality Improvement
Every Categorical resident conducts a longitudinal quality improvement or systematic change research project. They often present this independent research or a clinical vignette at a state or national meeting. Our curriculum strives to create leaders with the tools to implement real and meaningful change.
Morning report, noon conference, Grand Rounds and other scheduled conferences ensure that residents develop a broad knowledge base.
- Global Health Rotation
An international health rotation in East Africa is just one of several opportunities to enrich life experience and provide care for the underserved.
- University Affiliation
PSVMC is a major teaching affiliate of Oregon Health & Science University.