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Graduate Medical Education

Internal Medicine Residency Program–Everett


WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s new community-based residency program prepares highly-skilled and well-rounded general internists to care for underserved and rural communities of Washington State. With five training facilities in the Puget Sound, our residency program offers an unparalleled diversity of patient populations and clinical care. Our residents train in an evolving value-based care model, focusing on care coordination, patient outcomes, caregiver satisfaction and optimized health care utilization.


To develop, recruit, and retain compassionate, dedicated, and well-rounded general internists suited to care for our rural and underserved communities throughout the state of Washington.

About our program

The WSU Internal Medicine Residency Program —Everett offers a categorical three-year resident training program with a special focus on primary care. The primary inpatient site is Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (PRMCE), a 580-bed tertiary care referral center. Residents will also have rotations with various communities’ partners including The Everett Clinic, Snohomish Kidney Institute, Western Washington Medical Group and Providence Medical Group.

Our program emphasizes academic excellence throughout the training experience, offering a learning environment that balances the personal and professional needs of our house staff. Residents divide their time between general medicine and subspecialty ward services, intensive care units, ambulatory care experiences, consultation rotations, emergency rooms and long-term care settings. Our faculty are strongly committed to safety, quality, service and learning in an interprofessional, team-based environment.

Program size: 12 categorical and 4 preliminary PGY1 positions available.


  •  Clinical training that focuses on both subspecialty and general medicine

  • Exposure to community-based practice in our underserved and rural communities

  • Five Puget Sound-based training sites, providing exposure to diverse clinical care settings and patient populations

  • Large referral-based hospital as primary training site

  • Abundant opportunities to teach 3rd & 4th year medical students at the core clinical site of Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

  • Rare opportunity to help shape a new residency program as inaugural class

Training facilities

The program offers broad clinical experience over a range of clinical settings. Residents will have the opportunity to provide supervised patient care at our primary teaching hospital, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, and at various clinical training sites including The Everett Clinic, Snohomish Kidney Institute, Western Washington Medical Group, and Providence Medical Group.


The Everett Clinic

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