Thank you for your interest in the Penn-CHOP Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Program. Our four-year program is designed to foster the development of academic Med-Peds physicians. The diversity of clinical experiences, from community primary care to world-renowned sub-specialty care, mentoring, and research opportunities available to residents at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) make our program unique.

HUP and CHOP have long histories of leadership in academic medicine and education. The Penn-CHOP Med-Peds program combines the strengths of both categorical training programs to create a unique training experience for future generations of Med-Peds physicians. We invite you to explore our website and the companion websites of our categorical programs in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

In accordance with the missions of HUP and CHOP, the Med-Peds program is committed to the pursuit of the highest standards in patient care, education, and research.

We strive to train and support residents who will become leaders in primary care and subspecialty care, including areas where Med-Peds physicians may have large impact including the health of vulnerable populations. Our residents, graduates and faculty have excelled in a number of areas including transitions of care, global health, research, and medical education and more.

The philosophy of our training program is to provide a core curriculum designed to promote the mastery of basic clinical skills in internal medicine and pediatrics while working with each of our residents to develop an individual training experience to attain personal career goals. To that end, our residents are completely integrated into both categorical programs, while maintaining our own Med-Peds identity. We foster a strong sense of community in the program with weekly Med-Peds conferences, frequent social events and specific Med-Peds mentoring.

Our residents have the opportunity for additional training in many areas including health policy, bioethics, health care disparities, integrative medicine, business in medicine, clinical informatics, mental health, medical education, global health and quality improvement. We also are proud of our ongoing work in transitions of care. The clinical exposure, faculty and cutting edge research at Penn and CHOP make for an exceptional educational experience.

We invite you to explore our website and are happy to answer any questions you have.

Dava Szalda, MD MSHP
Program Director

  • Med-Peds Leadership

    Meet our Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics leadership team.

  • Med-Peds Application

    A list of the Medicine-Pediatrics Program application requirements.

  • Med-Peds FAQs

    A quick guide to frequently asked questions about the Medicine-Pediatrics (Med-Peds) Program.

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum for Med-Peds Residency Program

  • Residents

    Our Residents come from a wide range of backgrounds and share diverse career interests. As members of the Penn Medicine family, they are the pride of our department. After residency, they move on to career pathways in education, academics, research and clinical practice.

  • Med-Peds Graduates

    A large portion of our residents go on to train in a subspecialty fellowship, including general medicine fellowships. Increasingly, we are seeing more of our residents enter general medicine practice.

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