KSMU has state of the art hospitals where medical students and residents can complete their training rotations. Trainees work in KSMU’s teaching hospitals where patients have a wide variety of diseases and ailments, providing students an opportunity for extensive training. In addition, trainees will have the chance to rotate through United States teaching hospitals.
Internal medicine residents will train in inpatient clinical teaching wards led by experts in their field. Senior residents are assigned to a consultation rotation where they provide consultation services to the inpatient wards and the emergency room. Ambulatory care experience is also obtained during various rotations. Electives are available through a variety of subspecialty rotations and also via the Yale Global Health program, with opportunities to do electives at various partner-teaching institutions throughout the world, including the United States.
Residents are chosen on the basis of merit record, reference letters, Dean’s Letter, personal letter and interview.