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Program Overview

We’re excited to offer the Abrazo Internal Medicine Residency Program, a three year, 45 resident program accepting 15 new residents per year. Our first residents started in June 2019.


Residents, faculty and staff that work collaboratively to serve the community that needs us most.


For those with a call to heal, we provide the skills to care for anyone, anywhere, at any time.


  • Unopposed training
  • Strong procedural skills
  • Excellence in quality improvement
  • Foundation in evidence based medicine
  • Grassroots innovation

Residency Program Highlights

  • 24-hour access to Midwestern University’s library resources for research
  • Access to Midwestern University’s simulation lab that includes simulation patients, mannequins and task trainer resources
  • Space dedicated to educational activities including computer stations and safe and convenient call rooms
  • Meals provided while on duty including access to the physician’s lounge
  • Continuity clinic: Residency program is structured using the 4+1 model for continuity clinic training. For up to four weeks, the resident rotates with a specific specialty or clinical educational experience and then has one full week of continuity clinic training. Continuity clinic is split between the Abrazo Arrowhead campus and Abrazo West campus. Once assigned to a campus, the resident spends their entire residency there for continuity clinic.
  • Elective opportunities allow residents to individualize the curriculum so that it fully prepares them for the career of their choice
  • Use of electronic medical records

Program Didactics

  • Academic half-day focusing on a different internal medicine subspecialty topic each month.
  • Morning report
  • Monthly grand rounds
  • Monthly mortality and morbidity conference
  • Monthly journal club

For More Information

Nadia Munson
Phone: 623-561-7279