The residency at Griffin Hospital provides a variety of experiences in both internal and preventive medicine. Our curricula have been designed to respond to the growing need for physicians who are able to excel in today's demanding medical environment. Residents acquire state of the art clinical skills and engage in community-based and clinical research. Our graduates will learn to address the needs of the community they serve through special projects in women's health and cancer prevention and control and various international health rotations.
Our residency opportunities include:
- Preliminary Year
- Categorical Internal Medicine
- Combined Internal Medicine/Preventive Medicine (includes a MPH at the Yale School of Epidemiology and Public Health) and includes the following two tracks:
- Preventive Medicine: General Preventive Medicine
- Preventive Medicine: Cancer Prevention Track