Community-Based, Primary Care Focused
Our Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs focus on the needs of our 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.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program – Everett received Initial Accreditation with commendation from the ACGME during its most recent site visit. The ACGME commended the program for its demonstrated substantial compliance with the Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education. Additionally, the ACGME noted strong faculty and institutional support, a strong commitment to faculty and resident wellness, and the use of clinical performance data.
David Aufdencamp, MBA
Associate Designated Institutional Official (DIO)
Graduate Medical Education
Support WSU Graduate Medical Education
The GME fund supports activities related to graduate medical education including residency and fellowship programs sponsored by the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education
509-368-6767 | email@example.com
Visiting Student Sub-Internship Opportunities
Sub-internship (Sub-I) elective opportunities at the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine are designed to give medical students an advanced level of clinical training. Rotations are available for students who have completed their basic clinical rotations and who are interested in internal medicine or family medicine.