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.
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.
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 in it’s first few years
40 residents, 12 categorical PGY-1 and 4 preliminary PGY-1 positions available.
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.
Visiting Student Sub-Internship Opportunities
Sub-I opportunities are offered for students interested in pursuing internal medicine in underserved communities. Sub-I rotations are available each fall and provide students with hands-on training as an active participant in the Internal Medicine Residency Program.