The Internal Medicine Residency at Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill is proud to train physicians who practice evidence-based medicine and competently provide the highest quality of care for our community. We are dedicated to promoting a sense of co-ownership of the program by fostering our residents’ growth as individuals, professionals, colleagues and leaders. We value the balance of workload and education, as well as supervision and autonomy.
About the Mullica Hill Internal Medicine Residency
The Mullica Hill Internal Medicine Residency offers comprehensive three-year training accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). We are centrally located in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, less than 20 miles from Philadelphia and less than one hour from the Jersey shore. Our hospital serves a broad and diverse patient population from all socioeconomic and demographic groups—an exceptional environment for a community teaching hospital.
In addition to clinical and academic experiences, we also offer a formal mentorship program for all residents. Each resident is matched to a faculty mentor, who serves as a guide and advisor as you advance through training.
Our high-acuity, multi-disciplinary, 20-bed Intensive Care Unit is also the site for an ACGME-accredited Critical Care Fellowship.
As a high reliability organization (HRO), Inspira Health is dedicated to maintaining safety for all patients, providers and staff.
Mullica Hill Internal Medicine Residency Curriculum
Inspira’s Internal Medicine Residency includes a robust curriculum supported by dedicated faculty. As a 4+2 program, residents will spend four weeks on the inpatient side of the hospital at Mullica Hill or Elmer and two weeks in the outpatient primary care setting. This model allows residents to completely engage on whatever rotation they are in and work on endurance in both the inpatient and outpatient practices. .
The curriculum of the Mullica Hill Internal Medicine Residency includes rotations in:
- Inpatient Adult Medicine
- Ambulatory Medicine
- Night Float
- Intensive Care Unit
- Emergency Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Palliative Care
- Neuromuscular Institute
- Addiction Medicine
Residents will also participate in:
- Daily Didactic Sessions
- Monthly Lectures
- Attending-led Discussions
- Journal Discussions
- Simulation Lab Experiences
- Tumor Board
- Grand Rounds
Longitudinal experiences will include:
- Quality Improvement Project
- Health Systems Management
- Courses on Resident Wellness, Resilience and Burnout Prevention
- Scholarly Activity Requirement
- Participation in Service Exam
For more information about educational opportunities, including internship, residency or fellowship programs, contact the Graduate Medical Education office at (856)-641-8661.