About Our Training Programs
The ‘Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Track’ and the ‘GIM Medical Education Fellowship’ have been rooted in our division for longer than 30 years. We love our trainees and we are learner–centered in our educational philosophies.
I came to Hopkins Bayview for my internal medicine training and was inspired by general internists there, staying on to pursue the GIM fellowship in the medical education track. I never anticipated how consequential that choice was, showing me how to start my academic career. It was one of the best choices I ever made.
Director of Residency Education at the Duke Outpatient Clinic
Primary Care Residency Program
The Johns Hopkins Bayview Primary Care Internal Medicine Program provides a comprehensive and innovative learning experience to develop future healers and leaders in primary care medicine. Our program graduates are prepared to practice evidence-based, patient-centered primary care medicine with all patients across diverse clinical settings.
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We seek to maintain health, prevent disease, and promote wellness – physically, mentally, and holistically.
We seek to merge innovative humanities-based education with thoughtful system integration to create meaningful change.