The Division of General Internal Medicine strives to provide effective medical education and high quality patient care guided by service, compassion, and evidence based medicine.
Our goals are to:
- Provide a patient centered environment that focuses on chronic disease management and preventative medicine;
- Be the leading teachers in patient care and quality improvement for the next generation of physicians in classroom, in-patient, and ambulatory settings;
- Cultivate an environment that nurtures and rewards lifelong learning, collaboration with our colleagues, and attainment of our maximum potential.
Dr. Megan Berman was awarded the Alumni - Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award at this year's annual meeting of the Internal Medicine Alumni Society. This is the most prestigious award given by the Department for teaching. Dr. Berman is most deserving of this award. Congratulations Dr. Berman.
Now accepting abstracts for 4 categories:
- Basic Science
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Case Presentations
Residents and Fellows in the department of Internal Medicine are eligible to apply. Deadline for abstracts is May 4, 2012. 250 word maximun. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Division of General Internal Medicine
John Sealy Annex 4.174
301 University Blvd
Galveston, TX 77555-0566
Welcome to the website for the Division of General Internal Medicine. Our division has a long history of outstanding clinicians and superb educators. I invite you to learn about our diverse faculty and their areas of expertise. Feel free to contact any of us for further information.
Mark Holden, MD, FACP
Director, Division of General Internal Medicine