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Internal Medicine Residency Program

Explore the links at right to learn more about our program.

At Lenox Hill Hospital we strive to create a comprehensive teaching environment that enables the students to experience themselves as physicians both clinically and professionally. The clinical rotations provide them with many occasions to act as physicians while supporting them in their early efforts. Preceptors, Faculty and supervising Residents and Fellows coach students in the skills and tools that physicians uses, and help them broaden their medical knowledge. Students at Lenox Hill are constantly challenged to read, learn complex material, think critically, question other doctors, and collaborate to develop solutions to clinical problems. The faculty and medical staff serve as role models who guide and inspire students in all aspects of being a physician, including the humanistic and interpersonal dimensions.

Chairman Welcome

Program Director Welcome

Ansell As the Chairman of the Department of Medicine, I am delighted to welcome you to Lenox Hill Hospital's Internal Medicine Residency Program.Read more.Ethan D. Fried, MDWith some of the most innovative educational tools in the country, the Lenox Hill Hospital Internal Medicine Residency is preparing internists to practice in the 21st century.Read more.

Program Overview


Read a brief overview of our training component, both inpatient and outpatient.
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The Department of Medicine accepts applications to the three year Categorical and one year Preliminary Internal Medicine Residency programs only through ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).Read more.