About the UPMC McKeesport Internal Medicine Residency Program

Our Program at a Glance

  • 38 residents (13 PGY1, 13 PGY2, and12 PGY3). By the academic year starting July 2013, we should have 39 residents; 13 per year.
  • Typical resident profile (averages)
    • 1-3 year post-graduation, except for applicants with active clinical training, e.g. UK MRCP holders, etc.
    • USMLE scores over 210 in step 1 and 2, and may have completed step 3 prior to start of residency
    • US citizens as well as both J1 and H1 visa holders
    • Graduates of both allopathic and osteopathic medical schools
  • Hospitalist on site 24/7
  • Fully electronic health record system
  • Continuous collaboration with nursing and administrators to clarify teaching/ non-teaching activities
  • 97% board passage rate over the past 10 years
  • Encouragement for research, publications, regional, and national presentations

Where do our graduates go?


UPMC McKeesport Internal Medicine Residency Program 

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