“What stands out: The commitment to the underserved, the enthusiastic and well-rounded faculty, and the fellow residents that feel like family and seem ...” – Posted 10/08/17
“Condescending and malignant environment, competitive rather cooperative atmosphere, residents’ inpatient workload heavy and very busy, skill and knowledge level of both residents and faculty vary greatly, a few really knowledgeable and helpful staff, others very inept and indifferent to both resident wellbeing/learning and ...” – Posted 04/17/18
“good teaching ,friendly environment.The teaching is phenomenal. The pathology is bar-none uncomparable to any program in the nation, You will see everything and anything!!. There is a very good support system and staff, the program has many very dedicated staff who always have there doors open for any questions or even ...” – Posted 04/05/18
“Red flags, in no particular order:
The department leadership is very condescending toward trainees, especially toward women.
The program employs too many American IMGs, mostly from Israeli medical schools - and not by choice.
There is very limited clinical diversity - no immunodeficiencies, no transplant patients, no cystic ...” – Posted 04/05/18
“Going to graduate from the program this year. If I had to apply for residency again, I most certainly would not apply here. Though this is deemed to be a "teaching hospital", most attendings with the exception of Pulm/CC do not bother to teach. Residents are treated badly by both attendings and nurses. I haven't learnt much in ...” – Posted 03/30/18
“Good: This is a hybrid civilian/military program. You get the opportunity to work shoulder-to-shoulder with medical corps officers, and treat veterans, active duty, and dependents. That part is truly a privilege. Research opportunities aren't strong but you may be able to present posters at military medical conferences in ...” – Posted 03/16/18