Residency Training Program
Internal Medicine (38)
Mark Stine, D.O. -
The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Northside Hospital is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association. The residency program utilize a variety of teaching methods and settings to maximize the learning experience of the resident. Each curriculum area combines rotations, conferences and experience to provide the resident with a comprehensive training program.
The Internal Medicine Residency program is designed to teach and train residents to enter into the field of Internal Medicine, preparing them for board certification and to provide them with knowledge they will need to both care for patients in the primary care office arena and also in the environs of the hospital.
It is our feeling that for an internist to be properly trained in this era, they are best served by being capable of functioning in the hospital environment, but with a strong primary care base during the course of training. We provide this with excellent ongoing, longitudinal clinic experience during the duration of the internal medicine residency program.
View our 2013/2014 Resident class.
- Application completely filled out via ERAS
- Dean’s Letter
- Comlex Board Scores
- Personal Statement
- Two letters of recommendation
Northside Hospital will provide:
- Professional Liability Insurance
- Medical/Dental/Life Insurance (subject to hospital policy)
- Four weeks paid vacation
- Two(2) lab coats
- Five (5) sets of scrubs
- Meals provided while on duty
- 24-hour access to Medical Library and internet
- Up to five (5) days CME
- Reimbursement for expenses associated with licensure and post graduate education up to $2000
For more information, please call the Medical Education Coordinator at (727) 521-5057.