Internal Medicine Residency
Our Internal Medicine Residency Training Program provides the highest level of in-depth, personalized education.
- Our graduates have many opportunities for future training and practice.
- Training provides the skill sets that promote personal and professional satisfaction.
- Program allows the flexibility to excel in ambulatory or hospital-based medicine, either as a generalist or in preparation for specialty training.
- We support a friendly and supportive environment where faculty are committed to the residents’ personal growth.
- Our resources make this a wonderful place to launch one’s career.
- Many of our residents are very attracted to the quality of life and employment opportunities in this community and return to join our staff.
Special Reading tracks have been added to the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University Fellowships in several disciplines. One fellow per year in each of these specialties from our graduates will rotate two thirds of his or her time at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and one-third at Reading Hospital.
- Pulmonary/Critical Care
Internal Medicine Osteopathic Residency
The Reading Hospital Department of Medicine is one of the few medical training programs that is dually approved by both AOA and ACGME. Our Osteopathic residents have the opportunity to obtain AOA Board Certification or to be dually certified through the AOA and the ABIM.
The Internal Medicine Osteopathic Residency is fully integrated with the ACGME-approved allopathic internal medicine training program. The program offers flexibility to prepare the individual for a variety of career opportunities in general and subspecialty internal medicine.
Outstanding on-site osteopathic philosophy and osteopathic manual manipulation supplement the competency training in patient care, medical knowledge, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, practice-based learning, and systems-based practice.
What Our Residents Say
Gregory Wilson, DO, talks about cardiology and his return to Reading.
Dr. Anthony Donato, MD, explains the portfolio process