General Internal Medicine Education
Within the Section of General Internal Medicine, there is an emphasis on evidence-based General Internal Medicine practice. For residents, this emphasis
includes Thursday morning seminars during intern ambulatory (non-ward) blocks
focusing on advance interviewing and communication skills,
an introduction to evidence-based medicine and an introduction to the systems
of health care and quality improvement.
In addition to working with General Internal Medicine residents, faculty members are integral to the Medical School curriculum in all years of undergraduate experience.
The Wake Forest School of Medicine is an integrated program; students are exposed to our faculty throughout the four years of their training. For more information on applying or transferring to the Medical School, access the school’s website.
The Wake Forest Internal Medicine
Residency Program provides superb training in general and subspecialty internal
medicine. Complete information about residency training
available on the Internal
Medicine Residency site.