Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency

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Welcome!

The mission of the Med-Peds Residency Program at Rush University is to provide an excellent training environment with a strong emphasis of community, both inward and outward, while nurturing our residents’ individual interests.  Through this we strive to graduate well-rounded clinicians who will provide high-quality, compassionate, and comprehensive care to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Rush University Medical Center is an incredible place to complete your residency. Our Graduate Medical Education (GME) office has compiled a helpful list of resources to that highlight what makes Rush a great place to work.
Why Choose Rush?

 


The Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, or Med-Peds, Residency program is a dynamic program built on the foundation of its two categorical residency programs, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Rush University Medical Center, Rush Internal Medicine and Rush Pediatrics are recognized for excellence in training locally and nationally. The Med-Peds Program is recognized widely throughout the University and Medical Center and has been an integral part of the institution since 1996.

As a nationally recognized tertiary medical center, Rush attracts a diverse patient population from the city, surrounding suburbs, and states. Our patients represent a wide range of cultural, ethnic, racial, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds and provide a unique depth and breadth of experience for residents.

Collage of medical residentsMed-Peds Residents at social events such as, the annual retreat, advocacy 5k, patio program evaluation committee, monthly class hang and switch party! 

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Check out our program profile on the AMA’s FREIDA database.

AMA’s FREIDA Database

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Sara London (she/her) has been the Med-Peds Sr. Program Coordinator since October 2018. Some of Sara’s favoite things to do in Chicago includes, hanging in Humboldt Park, seeing a film at the Music Box or Logan Theater and swimming in Lake Michigan!

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