Urban Primary Care Residency Program
Centered at Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center, The Chicago Medical School (CMS) Urban Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency program prepares trainees to be superb clinicians with an understanding of the complexities and rewards of providing health care to the medically underserved. In keeping with Mount Sinai’s philosophy of providing care for everyone, regardless of ability to pay, the program emphasizes community-oriented primary care.
Brief Overview of Program
The Mount Sinai Chicago Urban Primary Care Residency Program provides a comprehensive curriculum that gives residents confidence to care for the very sick inpatient as well as the emergency ambulatory patient. Offering three areas of concentration for residents to choose from—community medicine, epidemiology/prevention and medicine women’s health—the residency program caters to personal goals as well as a broad understanding of supportive, caring and friendly care for the underserved. Through distinctive features and a tailored education experience, Mount Sinai’s Urban Primary Care Residency Program gives residents the tools to care confidentially for patients regardless of the setting.