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Where Our Graduates Go

Fellowship: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Fellowship: Hematology and Oncology, UC San Francisco, Fresno, CA

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

Fellowship: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Fellowship: Infectious Diseases, UPMC

Hospitalist: Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA

Hospitalist: Rust Medical Center, Presbyterian Health System, Albuquerque, NM

Outpatient Internal Medicine: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Fellowship: Infectious Diseases, Ochsner Clinic Foundations

Hospitalist: Anmed Health Medical Center, Anderson, SC

Fellowship: Cardiology, Allegheny Health Network

Hospitalist: University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, Bel Air, MD

Hospitalist: Thomas Memorial Hospital, Sound Physicians, Charleston, WV

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Washington

Hospitalist: UPMC St. Margaret's

Hospitalist: St. Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Florida

Hospitalist: St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

Primary Care: Stamford Health Medical Group, Stamford, CT

Hospitalist: UPMC Mercy

Hospitalist: UPMC Altoona

Fellowship: Cardiology, Wright State University

Academic Hospitalist and Assistant Professor: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Locum Tenens: Florida as home base

Hospitalist: St. John's Hospital, Carondelet Health Network, Tucson, AZ

Hospitalist: Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph's Health, Santa Rosa, CA

Fellowship: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Cook County Hospital

Traditionalist: Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX

Primary Care: Campbell and Philbin Medical Associates, Pittsburgh

Fellowship: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Loyola University

Hospitalist: UPMC Shadyside

Hospitalist: Shady Grove Medical Center, Rockville, MD

Hospitalist: UPMC Shadyside

Hospitalist: Orlando Health/Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Texas Medical Branch

Hospitalist: St. John Hospital, Orono, ME

Hospitalist: UPMC Mercy

Hospitalist: UPMC Shadyside

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Fellowship: Endocrinology, UPMC

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Fellowship: Critical Care Medicine, UPMC

Fellowship: Endocrinology, Lahey Clinic

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Fellowship: Rheumatology, University of Missouri

Hospitalist: Ephrata, PA

Hospitalist: Fort Worth, TX

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Nebraska

Fellowship: Critical Care, Cooper University

Hospitalist: St. Patrick Hospital Lake Charles, Louisiana

Hospitalist: Stockton, CA

Hospitalist: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Hospitalist: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Fellowship: Critical Care, Geisinger Medical Center

Fellowship: Critical Care, Stanford University, Palliative/Bioethics, John Hopkins

Hospitalist: Columbus, OH

Hospitalist: Wilmington, Delaware

Fellowship: Hematology-Oncology, UPMC

Fellowship: Cardiology, Allegheny General Hospital

Hospitalist: Atlanta, GA

Hospitalist: Erie, PA

Fellowship: Geriatrics, Stonybrook University

We're very proud that, on an anonymous survey of our graduating class of 2016 conducted six months post-graduation, all respondents answered "yes" when asked "In retrospect, are you pleased that you trained at UPMC Mercy?"

Fellowship: Cardiology, East Tennessee State University

Fellowship: Critical Care, UPMC

General Internal Medicine: Bradenton, FL

Locum Tenens: Austin, TX

General Internal Medicine: Sheboygan, WI

Hospitalist: UPMC Mercy

Hospitalist: Geisinger Medical Center

Fellowship: Critical Care ,UPMC

Hospitalist: St. Vincent Hospital, Erie, PA

Hospitalist: Trinity Health System, Steubenville, OH

Fellowship: Hematology/Oncology, Gundersen Lutheran, Wisconsin

Hospitalist: St. Vincent Hospital, Erie, PA

Hospitalist: Kaiser Permanente of Southern CA

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Fellowship: Endocrinology, UPMC

Fellowship: Cardiology, University of Illinois

Hospitalist: Lovelace Hospital, Albuquerque, NM

Hospitalist: Northshore University Health System, Evanston, IL

Hospitalist: Wake Forest

Hospitalist: Eisenhower Medical Center, CA

Fellowship: Critical Care, Oregon Health Sciences University

Fellowship: Critical Care UPMC, Cardiology University of Nebraska

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Hospitalist: St. Vincent Health System

Hospitalist: UPMC East

Fellowship: Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep, University of South Florida

Hospitalist: UPMC Passavant

Hospitalist: Texas A&M Heath System

Hospitalist:  Kaiser Permanente Health System, DC

Fellowship: Nephrology, University of Cincinnati

Hospitalist: Good Samaritan Hospital

Hospitalist: UPMC Passavant

Fellowship: Gastroenterology, Parkview Medical Center

Fellowship: Palliative Care, Cook County Hospital

Gift from the Class of 2014

On June 20, 2014, the Internal Medicine Class of 2014 presented a plaque to the Department of Medicine with the following inscription:

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them” - JFK


Thank you for everything!

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Chicago

Fellowship: Pulmonary/Critical Care, Allegheny Health Network

Fellowship: Pulmonary/Critical Care, University of Florida

Hospitalist: Austin, Texas

Fellowship: Cardiology, Tulane University

Hospitalist: Penn State

Hospitalist: Raleigh, North Carolina

Hospitalist: Roanoke, Virginia

Hospitalist: Allegheny Health Network

Fellowship: Rheumatology, University of Massachusetts

General Internal Medicine: UPMC Mercy

Hospitalist: Roanoke, Virginia

Hospitalist: Excela Westmoreland Hospital

Hospitalist: UPMC Mercy

Fellowship: Pulmonary/Critical Care, University of Florida

Fellowship: Endocrinology, University of Iowa

The following comments are taken from our program's annual anonymous survey of alumni or from emails received from alumni.

  • "The critical care experience needs special mention as I was better prepared than my peers in dealing with the sickest of the cardiac patients in the CVICU."
  • "I sorely miss our training program and Pittsburgh in general. (I still continue to follow the Steelers and Penguins.)"
  • "There is not a day that I don't miss Mercy and you guys! All of you together made my future! You played a huge role in my career... Will always be grateful."
  • "I don't think I could have asked for more in coming to Mercy. I do think it's been one of the best decisions in my life to come here. I have enjoyed every moment of it."
  • "Our critical care training is exceptional."
  • "I felt very prepared for my Cardiology fellowship."
  • “My training both as a Resident and a Chief Resident helped me in my current position. I am proud to say the training at our program definitely prepares you for the real life challenges in the clinical world.”
  • “Excellent outpatient experience.”
  • “Attendings committed to teaching and to resident personal and professional growth.”
  • “Overall excellent ancillary/nursing staff.”
  • “Helpful and reliable senior residents.”
  • “Attendings definitely devoted to education of residents.”
  • “Excellent support to residents for fellowship and job positions.”
  • “I really appreciate the way our program looks at the health of the residents.”
  • “The internal medicine residency program is an excellent training program. Overall, the quality of residents is superior in a congenial and friendly environment in the hospital/health center and in the Department of Medicine. The program provides a very nurturing environment for the residents to learn. The entire faculty is very approachable. The entire faculty is very approachable, and I am very happy with the overall training/clinical care/research opportunities.”
  • “Transitioning from a resident to an attending was a very smooth ride for me. Unlike others who joined with me as a hospitalist coming from other training programs, I clearly think that I had better training.”
  • “Overall healthy atmosphere for learning, as well as inculcating personality needed for successful and safe practice of medicine.”
  • “UPMC Mercy has a wonderful work environment. It is the people/colleagues who make it the place to be!”
  • “My interactions with the attendings and senior residents have been very positive. They have really been very supportive.”
  • "When the residents go out to practice or to fellowship, they will appreciate every day they spent at UPMC Mercy. After I practiced for 2 years and now as a fellow, I realize how good the training was during my residency."
  • "The amount of knowledge I gained while working at UPMC Mercy will always stay as one of the best experiences in my life."
  • "I am truly grateful for what the program at UPMC Mercy has given me. I felt that choosing UPMC Mercy would give me the best opportunity to be a competitive candidate for a GI position and it turns out that was exactly the case."
  • "It was an honor to be a part of this great residency program."
  • "Our program is a holistic learning experience that allows us not only to learn medicine, but grow as people."
  • "Perfect professional molding environment."
  • "Working now outside of Mercy, I realize how good our training is at UPMC Mercy."
  • "I'm very proud of our training program. Mercy IM has shaped us all into future leaders. It's a great sense of accomplishment being a part of my class."
  • "This program has given me so much and it has been a wonderful experience."
  • "I have fond memories of the times I spent at Mercy - from the first day of internship to the last day. I'm starting the next chapter in my life and this wouldn't have been possible without the nurturing environment and personal attention that you provided."
  • "It has been a great journey with my residency training and with the clinical experience I received at UPMC. I would like to thank all the faculty at Mercy for giving me such a great opportunity to be a part of the Mercy Family."
  • "I will miss all my teachers and colleagues alike, who became my family and helped me learn each day!"
  • "I feel better prepared than everyone else out of residency. From wide exposure to pathology, challenging cases, and most importantly evidence-based medicine."
  • "If I had to do it again, I wouldn’t have changed a thing."
  • "I feel that I was well-prepared for my hospitalist position in terms of patient load, medical knowledge, and patient exposure."
  • "Consultant services were excellent (compared to the ones I have interacted with at my new hospital). I also feel that the administration was very receptive to resident suggestions and always tried to at least address them if not act upon them."
  • "I was much better prepared than my co-fellows. I feel that I received great training which has helped tremendously during my fellowship."
  • "I remember you mentioning to me in my third year of residency that I would need to realize the immense potential that you saw in me. I still have that statement working with me every time I am involved with resident teaching, patient management or working on research, aiming to do more and to achieve the most. Thank you for inspiring and motivating me in the way you did!"