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Internal Medicine-Pediatrics (Med-Peds) training and practice synthesizes the disciplines of both internal medicine and pediatrics. Med-Peds physicians tend to the care of patients throughout their life span. Caring for multiple generations of the same family requires an understanding of family dynamics, epidemiology and the impact of acute or chronic illness at all ages, all in the context of family systems. Med-Peds physicians draw from the knowledge and skills of pediatricians and internists to bring breadth and flexibility in their approach to clinical medicine. This adaptability provides the versatility to follow many paths throughout their career, including patient care as generalist, hospitalist, emergency room physician or subspecialist; research; administration; public health; and education. – The American Board of Medical Specialties

NRMP Match Information

Charting Outcome in the Match 2020 (Internal Medicine/Pediatrics on page 90)

Program Director Survey 2020 (Internal Medicine/Pediatrics on page 51)

Residency Training

Duration of Training: 4 years

Number of programs nationally: 78

Overall competitiveness of program: Med

Medical Student Interest Group

Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Student Interest Group

U of U Student Match Information