Top 25 internal medicine residencies, ranked by physicians

Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore offers the best clinical training in internal medicine, according to Doximity's 2018-2019 Residency Navigator.

The navigator, released July 24,  gives medical students  insights from physicians on residency programs nationwide. Physicians contribute nominations, ratings and handwritten reviews.

For the latest navigator, 29,000 physicians each nominated up to five programs based on the clinical training the program offered. This year 78,000 nominations were included.

Here are the top 25 residency programs for internal medicine, based on the number of nominations received:

1. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore)
2. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston)
3. University of California San Francisco
4. Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston)
5. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science (Rochester, Minn.)
6. Duke University Hospital (Durham, N.C.)
7. Washington University School of Medicine; Barnes-Jewish Hospital; St. Louis Children's Hospital (St. Louis)
8. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas)
9. NewYork-Presbyterian/ Columbia University Irving Medical Center (New York City)
10. Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor)
11. University of Washington (Seattle)
12. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.)
13. Stanford (Calif.) Health Care
14. McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University (Chicago)
15. New York University School of Medicine (New York City)
16. University of Pennsylvania Health System (Philadelphia)
17. Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta)
18. UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine/UCLA Medical Center (Los Angeles)
19. Pennsylvania Hospital of Penn Medicine (Philadelphia)
20. Cleveland Clinic Foundation
21. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston)
22. University of Chicago Medicine
23. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City)
24. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York City)
25. Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital

Doximity members, who are verified U.S. medical students, physicians and advanced practice clinicians, may access the full navigator data here.

 

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