The Department of Medicine has a sincere and long-standing commitment to the recruitment, retention, and development of a diverse group of faculty and trainees. We attract a wide range of residents from national and international schools of medicine.
When asked why they chose to come to Duke, residents say it's the sense of autonomy and camaraderie among the house staff that most attracted them to our program. In a national survey of physicians on the quality of postgraduate training programs, the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program came in 6th overall.
In their own words
A welcome message from Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS, program director
Mary E. Klotman, MD, chair of the Department of Medicine and former internal medicine resident, on the Duke Internal Medicine Residency experience:
Spotlight: Azalea Kim, MD
Azalea Kim graduated from Princeton University, received a Masters in Public Administration at GWU, and earned her MD from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She took a break during medical school to earn an MBA at Harvard University and work on the launch of an accountable care organization in the Bronx.
Spotlight: Brittany Dixon, MD
Brittany Dixon earned her MD from Harvard Medical School, and chose Duke for residency because of the support she felt here. "I knew I could survive in a lot of great places, but I felt like I could really thrive at Duke."