Training in the University of Arizona Internal Medicine Residency Program – Tucson Campus includes a full range of what one might expect regarding inpatient, outpatient and community medicine experiences.
These include a number of required conferences (Noon Conferences, Academic Half Day, Morbidity & Mortality Conferences, Medicine Grand Rounds), call schedules, ambulatory clinics at the Multispecialty Adult Outpatient Service Center at Banner – University Medicine North and Banner – University Medical Center South (as well as North Hills and other area Banner clinic sites), the Tucson VA Medical Center and private practice, electives and research projects. For additional detail on some of these, visit our Highlights webpage.
In terms of time spent on various rotations, see the following:
A typical curriculum for three years of categorical medicine residency training in internal medicine is broken up by months and percentages of effort.
Updated: Aug. 23, 2023