Nazareth Hospital Residency Programs
Michael Magro, Jr, DO, MBA, FACOI
Designated Institutional Official and Chair of GMEC
Welcome! In 2015, Nazareth Hospital formed a Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) to explore two initiatives: offering rotations for medical students and building ACGME-accredited residency programs. In the fall of 2015, Nazareth Hospital was granted Initial Accreditation Status by the ACGME and is currently embarking on a journey to apply for residencies in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine as well as the Osteopathic Recognition Track with an anticipated target date for our first class of July 2017. Our Internal Medicine Residency program was granted approval by the ACGME in April 2016.
Nazareth Hospital has in place a dedicated, high-quality and enthusiastic faculty that will provide clinical training for medical students and future residents in a family environment. Under the guidance of our experienced faculty, medical students and residents will learn the latest in medical treatments, train on the most sophisticated medical technology, and participate in a wide array of academic experiences.
As we continue to build the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program at Nazareth Hospital, please be sure to check back on this website for future updates regarding our progress. If you are a medical student interested in rotating with us, please click to view our current list of rotations offered and other information regarding our programs.
More About Nazareth Hospital Residency Programs
The Internal Medicine Residency Program is the start of what we intend to be a long and rich tradition of providing excellent graduate medical education at Nazareth Hospital. The philosophy of the program is to offer a challenging, stimulating and well-structured curriculum that develops physicians who:
- Possess a broad, deep knowledge of Internal Medicine
- Perform outstanding clinical care
- Practice integrated, cost effective, evidence-based medicine
- Provide compassionate care, and
- Maintain clinical competence through self-directed learning.
Our goal is to consistently produce physicians who are prepared for multiple career paths in hospitalist practice, internal medicine subspecialties, clinical private practice, and academic medicine.
For More Information: Please review our Internal Medicine Residency Program pages.