Our Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs focus on the needs of Washington communities, collaborating with them to help improve access and quality of care. Our GME mission resonates throughout all our training programs.
Our Mission: To improve the health of the communities we serve by fostering rigorous, high-quality, comprehensive, and culturally relevant graduate medical education programs that enable the development of independent physician scholars and leaders.
The WSU College of Medicine is committed to supporting excellence in GME. This is consistent with the mission, vision, values, and strategic direction of the college and university. By utilizing its diverse resources throughout the state of Washington, GME at the WSU College of Medicine strives to meet our region’s needs by identifying, creating, and developing the necessary training programs to accommodate the communities we serve.
Train to be a highly-skilled and well-rounded general internist as you care for underserved and rural communities of Washington State. With five training facilities in Puget Sound, our residency program offers an unparalleled diversity of patient populations and clinical care.
Sub-I rotations are available each fall and provide students with hands-on training as active participants in the Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Prepares highly skilled and well-rounded pediatricians to care for children in the Inland Northwest. This immersive model provides residents with the community knowledge needed to better sustain and improve the health care of children and underserved populations.