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The Internal Medicine Residency at Inspira Medical Center Vineland trains physicians in evidence-based medicine to provide the highest quality of care for our community. We are dedicated to promoting the sense of co-ownership of the program through fostering our residents’ growth as individuals, professionals and leaders. We value the balance of workload and education, as well as supervision and independence. 

About the Vineland Internal Medicine Residency 

The Vineland Internal Medicine Residency offers comprehensive, three-year training accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). We are centrally located in Vineland, New Jersey, less than an hour from both center city Philadelphia and the Jersey shore. 

Our hospital serves a broad and diverse patient population from all socioeconomic and demographic groups. This makes the extent and variety of pathology and the acuity of cases available for the residents’ clinical training exceptional for a community teaching hospital.  

As a high reliability organization (HRO), Inspira Health is dedicated to maintaining safety for all patients, providers and staff. 


Vineland Internal Medicine Residency Curriculum  

The Vineland Internal Medicine Residency includes a robust curriculum supported by dedicated faculty. As a 4 + 1 program, residents spend four weeks of rotations in a hospital setting and one week in an outpatient primary care setting. The curriculum consists of both senior resident and attending physician-led lectures, grand rounds, hands-on training and participation in learning experiences such as a journal club and various conferences. 

The curriculum includes rotations in:

  • Inpatient Medicine  
  • Night Float  
  • Intensive Care Unit  
  • Primary Care Clinic  
  • Emergency Medicine  
  • Ambulatory Medicine  
  • Geriatrics 

Residents can choose from a variety of elective rotations including:

  • Administrative Medicine  
  • Radiology (diagnostic, interventional or ultrasound)  
  • Palliative Care  
  • Pathology  
  • International Medicine  
  • Office Gynecology  
  • Anesthesiology  
  • Addiction Medicine 

Residents will also participate in:

  • Weekly Didactic Sessions and Attending Lectures 
  • Simulation Lab Experiences  
  • Morning Reports  
  • Clinical Problem Solving  
  • Morbidity and Mortality Conference  
  • Resident-Led Reviews and Discussions 
  • Medical Education Blog 

Board Review 

We aim to generate successful, independent, American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) certified physicians and are committed to providing our residents with the resources necessary to assist in reaching this goal.  

Our board review starts from the annual board preparation workshop, a round-table discussion hosted by the program director and associate program director, as well as recent graduates of the program.  The session reviews how to register for the ABIM exam, deal with financial obligations, understand licensing and create a successful study plan.  

Bimonthly board review sessions, led by the program director and associate program director, include:  

  • A 30-minute review of an assigned online 10-question pre-test  
  • A one-hour review on a discipline/topic 
  • A 30-minute round-table discussion on a specific discipline/topic 

Research/Scholarly Activity  

Participation in research or other scholarly activity is an integral aspect of the Internal Medicine Residency at Inspira. Our research program offers a series of databases that are available to residents interested in performing analyses for retrospective studies.  

Residents are encouraged to design and initiate studies of their own with the participation of a faculty mentor if they prefer.  

An annual Research Week is held internally every spring and residents often submit and present abstracts and posters at various national/international meetings. 

Resident Wellness  

The physical and emotional well-being of the residents is of paramount concern both to the leadership of the program as well as the entire Department of Graduate Medical Education. A Resident Wellness Committee addresses concerns and ensures resident needs are met. 

Within the Internal Medicine program, periodic social and team-building events are held to help the residents “decompress” and alleviate some of the routine stresses of the work and training environment. 

Learn More

For more information about the Family Medicine Residency at Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill, please contact Shelly McPeek, program manager, at  


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