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Yale Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics housestaff come from diverse backgrounds from all over the country and around the world. The world-class quality of our housestaff is a primary strength of the training program. Some may have come from your institution.

If you are interested in contacting a particular housestaff, please feel free to email them. Our housestaff should be considered an excellent source of information for any potential applicant.

Career Path of Graduates

The first graduating class of the Yale Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program was in 2002. Graduates of the Yale Medicine/Pediatrics Residency have pursued a wide range of professional opportunities ranging from clinical practice to academic medicine to subspecialty training. Nationally, graduates of combined internal medicine/pediatrics residency programs pursue generalist careers at a higher rate than graduates of either pediatrics or internal medicine residency programs. Our graduates are successful in obtaining subspecialty fellowships in the most competitive programs in both adult medicine and pediatrics.

June 2022 Graduates

Name Post Graduate Position
Eunice DeFilippo Internal Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Jersey
Andrew Loza Informatic Fellowship, General Internal Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, MA
Monisha Sachdev Chief Resident, Pediatrics Residency, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

June 2021 Graduates

Name Post Graduate Position
Ginger Holton Global Health Fellow, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Carl Malm Instructor, Massachusetts General Hospital, Med-Peds Program, Boston, MA
Kathryn Nagel Fellow, Endocrinology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Benjamin Perea Hospitalist, Medicine & Pediatrics, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT

June 2020 Graduates

Name Post Graduate Position
Ami Belmont Chief Resident, Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Joseph Canarie Chief Resident, Pediatrics Residency, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Matt Erlich In-Home Hospitalist, Brigham Women and Children, Boston, MA
David Vermette Medical Education Fellow, General Internal Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT


The Yale Department of Internal Medicine-Education, new! Intern Orientation for the Yale Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program begins on June 11th.

  • Participation by all new interns in daily Intern Orientation Activities from June 11 through June 20 is mandatory.
  • Each new intern will receive their Intern Orientation Schedule at the Med/Peds registration desk on June 11th.
  • Please contact Mary Sarah Thanas, the Yale Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program Coordinator, with any concerns or questions about Intern Orientation.

Will I have time off during intern orientation?

Although orientation is quite full with training sessions and mandatory activities, there are also social events and down time built into the schedule. Spouses, significant others and children are invited to all orientation social events.

Who do I contact if I am late or cannot attend an intern orientation session?

All intern orientation activities are either mandated by Yale-New Haven Hospital or by the Yale Department of Internal Medicine. It is imperative that you attend every session for which you are scheduled. In the event of an unforeseen emergency or illness, please contact Mary Sarah Thanas.

Internal Medicine Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program 2022-2023 Match List

Congratulations to the following AY2022-2023 interns with the Yale Internal Medicine Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program! Welcome to Yale School of Medicine!

  • Sarah Householder – Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons
  • Joshua Hyman – Yale School of Medicine
  • Lucy Kohlenberg – Yale School of Medicine
  • Almasa Talovic – State University of New York Upstate Medical University

Salary & Benefits

Yale New Haven Hospital offers its residents a comprehensive benefits package.

Salary 7/1/2023 to 6/30/2024

  • PGY1 - $75,811
  • PGY2 - $79,602
  • PGY3 - $83,582
  • PGY4 - $87,761

4 weeks, at the discretion of the department and its needs.

Yale New Haven Hospital requires mandatory drug testing for new employees. Failure to submit to such testing will disqualify a person from employment.

For additional information about employee benefits, contact HR Connect at 1-844-543-21HR (2147).

Equal Employment Opportunity, Male/Female/Disabled/Veteran