The Division of General Internal Medicine and Public Health is committed to caring well for those who entrust their care to us and to improving community health. A large and diverse Division within the Department of Medicine, we are aligned along eight Sections that include ambulatory medicine, hospital medicine, medicine-pediatrics, palliative care, occupational health, ethics, veterans' health and implementation science. Collectively the sections support our tripartite pursuit of compassionate, patient-centered health care, rigorous training of the next generation of physicians and impactful discoveries. Two cores, Administration & Finance and Enrichment & Training support all eight Sections. Over 120 faculty members care for a large patient base, play an essential role in the training of new physicians and comprise a robust research portfolio.
The Division is led by Tom Elasy, M.D., M.P.H. On behalf of our entire faculty, welcome to the Division of Internal Medicine and Public Health.
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