Our three programs (Categorical, Primary Care (GIM), and Preliminary), are based at Rhode Island Hospital with additional core rotations at The Miriam Hospital and the Providence VA Medical Center. We are situated in Providence, RI – a dynamic, art-, industry- and culinary-focused city, built on a foundation of inclusion and tolerance and ranked #16 for ethnic, language, and region of birth diversity among the 300 most populated cities in the United States. Our residents value the diverse population, a complementary variety of clinical locations, and a talented cohort of faculty educators and researchers within the Warren Alpert Medical School.
Our Mission Statement
The Brown University Internal Medicine Program seeks to promote the development of the consummate internist – doctors who practice with a high level of compassion, knowledge, skills, and professionalism. Our residents and faculty reflect a broad diversity of backgrounds and experiences unified by a dedication to our profession. We aim to give residents the opportunities, tools, and guidance to practice patient-centered care in a variety of environments. Our graduates will hold the care of their patients as their primary goal, accomplished through lifelong learning, scholarship, and education. We achieve this goal through mentorship, experiential learning, and by upholding high ethical standards. Our graduates are prepared for future growth as generalists and subspecialists, practitioners, and investigators, held together by the common bond of dedication to their patients and to the community of medicine. Collaboration, teamwork, and devotion to self and others are our core values.
The Brown Minority Housestaff Association would like to invite all self-identified underrepresented in medicine (URiM) applicants to our recruitment Happy Hours!
January 21, 2022
For this year’s Happy Hours, we would like to invite all of applicants who are self-identified as ethnically underrepresented in medicine.
During these Happy Hours, the emphasis will be placed on life in Rhode Island as a person of color and show how BMHA can support PoC residents and fellows at Brown. We do not intend for these meetings to focus on the specifics of any given specialty; so we do encourage programs to host their own resident-specific diversity forums.
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