Internal Medicine Residency Tracks & Programs
The Internal Medicine Residency program in NYU Langone’s Department of Medicine offers different tracks that allow residents to personalize their training according to their interests.
Residents have two options for splitting time at our different locations to complete their rotations: either at NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital, NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, and the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System or at Tisch Hospital and Kimmel Pavilion. Residents on the primary care track also rotate at NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, and those on the community health track have the option of rotating at our Manhattan locations or in Brooklyn.
With each of these options, you also perform outpatient rotations at more than 30 NYU Langone–affiliated ambulatory practices, caring for patients across a diverse range of settings.
Categorical Medicine Residency Tracks
Our categorical medicine tracks train residents in a broad array of medical care, with a balance of inpatient, outpatient, and research activities. Graduates move on to fellowships in a wide variety of specialties, as well as hospital and general internal medicine. Learn more about the categorical medicine residency tracks.
Primary Care Residency Track
Learn to provide holistic primary care in an evolving healthcare system. Residents receive training similar to that in one of the categorical medicine tracks, with an added focus on providing primary care to underserved populations. Learn more about the primary care residency track.
Community Health Residency Track
Gain the cultural competency to pursue a career as a primary care physician or specialist who serves diverse communities. Learn more about the community health residency track.
Family Health Centers Residency Program
Become highly proficient in caring for vulnerable populations with a broad range of critical heath needs at one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Center networks in the nation. Learn more about the Family Health Centers Program at NYU Langone Internal Medicine Residency.
Physician–Scientist Residency Track
For residents committed to pursuing a career in research, we offer an accelerated pathway into a research fellowship. Your residency training in internal medicine is condensed from three years into two, so you can enter or re-enter the laboratory or research environment early. Learn more about the physician–scientist residency track.
Clinical Investigator Residency Track
Gain in-depth training and mentoring to enter an academic career in translational, clinical, and population-based research with three years of clinical residency and dedicated research time. Learn more about the clinical investigator residency track.
Preliminary Medicine Residency Track
Our one-year preliminary medicine track provides foundational education for residents seeking to complete training in internal medicine or an advanced residency program in a non–internal medicine specialty such as anesthesiology, dermatology, neurology, ophthalmology, radiology, or rehabilitation medicine. Learn more about the preliminary medicine residency track.