A program built by its residents – Tulane Internal Medicine is a place for those who want to make a difference: right here, right now.
We thrive on the simple truth that responsibility is a fixture. From making our own schedules to shaping the final match list, so much of our program is organized by our residents. We have shaped it this way because the people of New Orleans need it. Working to provide for the most disenfranchised among us, the hospitals we serve are not the front lines, but the last. Our residents work fervently for a people struggling in a wonderful, vibrant and resilient city.
If you're up for it, we would love for you to be a part.
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Please follow this link for up to date information from Tulane Medical Center regarding COVID 19. Dr. David Mushatt, Chief of Infectious Disease, and Dr. Lee Hamm, Dean of the School of Medicine, provide regular updates to those of us on the front lines. Watch the latest here.