Primary Care Residency Program
Welcome to the website of the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Training Program. The content of this website is designed to provide prospective residency candidates with information about our values and goals as articulated in our mission statement, as well as details about our curricula and the specific educational opportunities and clinical experiences for our trainees.
Welcome from the Program Director
Thank you for visiting the Yale Primary Care Residency Website. This is a very exciting time for Primary Care training, healthcare policy, and the practice of medicine at both the local and national levels.
The overarching goal for residency training is to prepare each resident with a solid grounding in internal medicine in an environment that strongly fosters intellectual curiosity, a spirit of inquiry and camaraderie that embraces a biopsychosocial model of patient care and training.
- We participate in the National Residency Matching Program and do not accept any applicants outside of the match.
Our interview days occur in October, November, December and January each year. Once an ERAS application has been approved by the Programs' Intern Selection Committee (ISC), invitations are sent.
The Distinction Pathways were created to foster resident interest and development in medical education, global health, research, and quality improvement.
The mission of the Yale Internal Medicine HIV Training Track is to provide necessary knowledge, attitude, and skills to future physicians who have a special interest in HIV medicine.
The HRSA-funded Collaborative Behavioral Health & Addiction Medicine in Primary Care (CHAMP) training program provides enhanced training and professional development in behavioral health, addiction medicine, and provider wellness.