Welcome to Suburban Community Hospital! Thank you for taking the time to visit us and learn more about our outstanding Internal Medicine residency program. Training at our hospital will ensure a well-rounded clinical experience. Our facility cares for a very diverse patient population including the underserved, the affluent, and adult patients of all ages and from all backgrounds. Suburban is a small community hospital with a big heart. At this facility, our residents enjoy phenomenal ancillary support and hard-working nursing staff. Training here will prepare internists to work in the primary care and community hospital setting. Two out-of-house elective blocks allow trainees to expand their horizons by going to train at outside facilities. Many residents use this opportunity to experience medicine in the university hospital setting or gain exposure to a potential fellowship program. The pride of our program is the degree of autonomy our residents work with. As a PGY-2 resident, you will take charge in running our ICU with the support of our on-call intensivists. You will have opportunities to become extremely proficient in placing central venous catheters, arterial lines, and temporary dialysis catheters. The transition from PGY-3 resident to attending physician will be a smooth one for trainees from Suburban Community Hospital with the independence we foster.
Our program is accredited by the ACGME with Osteopathic Recognition. You can learn more about the program details from the links below: