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Johns Hopkins Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program

Johns Hopkins Bayview

Johns Hopkins Bayview offers one of the nation’s premier training programs in internal medicine. One of two Johns Hopkins University internal medicine residency programs, the Johns Hopkins Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program is housed at the Medical Center campus, an academic clinical care and research center of Johns Hopkins Medicine. The program’s strengths derive from a unique philosophy, a focus on innovation and a commitment to excellence.

Our philosophy that “medicine is a public trust” pervades every aspect of our residency training, from our goal to train healers and leaders, to our attention to the diversity (both visible and invisible) of our residents, to our structured curriculum to teach mastery of physical examination skills and evidence-based medicine. We strive to create an environment that, on a daily basis, celebrates the reasons our residents chose to become physicians and inspires them to become life-long contributors to the profession.

We welcome your interest in joining the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center family.

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