Internal Medicine Residency Program


 1819housestaffphoto2018-2019 Internal Medicine Housestaff and Faculty


Founded in 1828, the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is the 13th-oldest continuously operating medical school in the United States and the third-oldest in the Southeast.

On the Health Sciences Campus, in addition to MCG, the state’s public medical school, our university has more than 2,500 students in Colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Graduate Studies and Nursing as well as the state’s only dental school, the Dental College of Georgia. MCG has one of the largest medical school classes in the country and a statewide model that has students living and learning throughout Georgia. The majority of MCG’s students come from Georgia's 159 counties and about five percent come from states across the nation. MCG has nearly 800 full- and part-time faculty and nearly 2,500 volunteer faculty across Georgia. The medical school and its teaching hospitals additionally have more than 500 residents and fellows training in 48 different programs. Primary teaching hospitals include the 478-bed adult Augusta University Medical Center and the 154-bed Children's Hospital of Georgia and there is an extensive and growing outpatient clinic network. Augusta University is a dynamic research university with a total workforce of more than 15,000 and student enrollment of nearly 9,000. The urban Health Sciences Campus includes residence halls, a student and wellness center, and an outstanding medical education library with more than 164,984 books and bound journals and approximately 4,000 periodicals.


Mission

The mission of the Augusta University is to discover, disseminate, and apply knowledge to improve health and reduce the burden of illness on society. In realizing its mission, Augusta University is committed to serving the people of Georgia, the nation, and the world by:

  • Preparing the health professional workforce of the future.
  • Conducting research through programs that create, disseminate, and apply new knowledge relevant to human health.
  • Providing exceptional, innovative, patient-centered health care services.
  • Contributing to the economic development and well being of the State of Georgia through integrated programs in education, research and clinical care.

The Community

Augusta - home of Augusta National Golf Club and the prestigious Masters Tournament - is Georgia's second oldest and second largest city. Full of history, atmosphere, Southern charm, and activities to engage everyone's interest, Augusta is a vibrant and livable community with a cost of living that ranks among the most favorable in the United States. Sited on the Savannah River with convenient access to the city of Atlanta, the Georgia/Carolina Mountains, and the Georgia/Carolina/Florida coasts, Augusta offers a quality of life that is second to none 

Department of Medicine/Medical College of Georgia/ Augusta University 

The Department presently includes over 100 full time faculty, 70+ residents, and 40+ fellows who are actively engaged in all phases of clinical care, medical education, research and community outreach. Over 400 adjunct faculty contribute to various aspects of this mission at regional campuses and hospitals throughout Georgia. The Medical College of Georgia is the founding school of Augusta University and is the state's only public medical school. Celebrating its 182-year anniversary in 2010, the Medical College is leading expansion of medical education in the State of Georgia with established clinical campuses in Albany and Savannah, and a four-year campus in Athens.  Augusta University-MCG has a long tradition of excellence in education and clinical care and is one of four research-intensive institutions of the University System of Georgia. It is comprised of schools of Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Graduate Studies, Medicine, and Nursing and is the sole academic institution in the State dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.