Department of Internal Medicine

Department of Internal Medicine

Internal medicine doctor with patient and resident

The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine has more than 20 faculty members with advanced training and a tremendous amount of community faculty support to provide optimal medical education experiences. The internal medicine department provides medical training at its Internal Medicine, Geriatrics and Residency Clinic for students during required rotations. Our clinic accepts Medicaid, Medicare and most commercial health insurance plans. It offers medical services in dermatology, geriatrics, hypertension management, HIV/AIDS management, infectious disease treatment and travel medicine.

In addition, the internal medicine department offers a fully accredited residency and fellowship program. Our faculty members are dedicated to the educational development of our residents and fellows and are committed to offering high-quality teaching across a variety of subspecialties. Residents and fellows have the opportunity to work directly with the attendings, while getting a more individualized educational experience. Visit our internal medicine residency page or geriatric or hospice fellowship pages for more about why you should choose the School of Medicine.

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Residency Program

The internal medicine residency program offers a unique experience for interns and residents to quickly gain a vast amount of clinical experience at multiple sites, including rural communities.

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Geriatrics Fellowship

The year-long fellowship program with internal medicine provides specialty training in rehabilitation, home care and transitional care at multiple locations, providing optimal clinical experience.

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Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship

The hospice and palliative medicine fellowship provides advanced training in supporting patients and families in end of life care. Skills will be developed in patient distress management.