Thank you for your interest in the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Urban Health Residency Program at Johns Hopkins.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is proud of our innovative combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency program (MP) which is designed to train primary care physicians in an urban inner-city environment. Our stellar and pioneering inaugural class began July 1, 2010. The dual MP certification prepares our graduates to care comprehensively for patients of all ages throughout the entire life cycle while the expanded curriculum addresses the health needs and problems prevalent in urban settings such as psychiatric illness, urban violence, substance abuse issues, HIV, and health disparities.
The goal of the MP Urban Health Residency Training Program is to create primary care leaders who can effectively care for Baltimore City patients and families of all ages. As has been true of the graduates of the Johns Hopkins Hospital housestaff training programs, these physicians will be the future leaders of urban primary care on a local, state, and national level.
Applications should be submitted through ERAS.
We look forward to meeting you!
Leonard Feldman, M.D.
|Rosalyn Stewart, M.D., M.S., M.B.A.|
Associate Program Director
Med/Peds Urban Health Residency Program