Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship Programs

The Department of Medicine at UVM Medical Center and the University of Vermont College of Medicine is a national leader in research, clinical care and education. Our mission is to train the next generation of physicians in an environment that fosters the discovery of new medical knowledge and the translation of that knowledge into therapies and technologies that transform medicine.

Ranked in the top five in the nation for primary residency programs, we offer both categorical and primary care internal medicine residency programs and fellowship training in eight medical subspecialties:

Nationally Recognized Faculty Dedicated to Your Education

With 123 full-time and more than 100 part-time faculty members dedicated to research, education and clinical care, residents and fellows are assured of an outstanding education experience that will provide them with the expertise to be exceptional clinicians and scholars.

The UVM Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship program is structured to assure that there are few barriers between residents and fellows and attendings which translates into direct personal interactions and strong professional relationships. These relationships, combined with exceptional clinical, education and research opportunities, provide each resident and fellow with a unique experience.

Faculty, residents and fellows provide patient care at UVM Medical Center, the only university hospital and tertiary care center in Vermont and northern New York and also the only community hospital for the Burlington area. This allows residents and fellows to practice in a university based academic setting which incorporates a community focus.

The Department has over 212,000 ambulatory care visits and 43,000 in-patient days annually. Residents and fellows have the opportunity to practice in in-patient and outpatient settings with general internists, hospitalists, and subspecialists who all focus on collaborative, compassionate, state-of-the art care.

Research Opportunities with UVM's Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship Programs

The faculty members of the Department of Medicine are a critical element of the vibrant research program at the UVM College of Medicine. Individuals within the department are leaders in myriad collaborative and independent areas of investigation that span from the bench to the bedside to the community, including:

Members of the Department of Medicine receive over 24 million dollars per year in research funding, publish more than 300 manuscripts annually and serve major roles in numerous national and international organizations committed to academic medicine. All residents and fellows are encouraged to participate in research during their training.

Living and Working in Burlington, VT

Burlington, Vermont is a vibrant small city that is consistently ranked among the most livable cities in the country. The amazing quality of life here, in combination with a world class University of Vermont College of Medicine and UVM Medical Center hospital, attracts individuals that are at the top of their field.