Fellowship Training and Match

The Department of Internal Medicine is committed to developing an individualized career path for each of our trainees. Each resident is given career guidance throughout residency by the Program Director, Associate Program Directors, and faculty mentor(s) of his or her choice. In addition to semi-annual individual meetings with an Associate Program Director, a designated faculty assists residents with securing fellowship training.

From 2012-2016, 55% of our graduates pursued fellowship training, 92% matched obtaining subspecialty fellowship positions in many of the finest programs nationwide (see below). Forty-eight percent of these graduates chose to stay at University of Iowa for their fellowship training, attesting to resident satisfaction with the educational environment, hospital system, and collegiality. Over the past five years, 43% of graduating residents remained in general internal medicine, taking positions as hospitalists and primary care physicians at University of Iowa and across the country.

Destinations of 2015 Graduates

Fellowship Training Institutions (2012-2016)

Allergy/Immunology
Creighton University
Medical College of Wisconsin
University of Iowa
Washington University, St. Louis

Cardiology
Hennepin County Medical Center
Ohio State University
University Hospital, Regensburg 
University of Arizona
University of Iowa
University of Minnesota
University of Texas, Southwestern
Washington University, St Louis

Endocrinology
University of Iowa

Gastroenterology
Medical College of Wisconsin
St. Louis University 
University of Iowa
University of Missouri, Kansas City
University of New Mexico 
University of Utah
  
Hematology/Oncology
Mayo Clinic, Rochester
University of Iowa
University of Utah
Washington University, St. Louis

Infectious Diseases
Beth Israel Medical Center
University of Iowa
Yale University

Pulmonary/Critical Care
Boston University
University of California, San Francisco
University of Iowa
University of Kansas
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania 
University of Utah
Washington University, St. Louis

Nephrology
Boston University
University of Iowa
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Washington University, St. Louis

Rheumatology
University of Iowa

Destinations of 2015 Graduates

Cardiology
Washington University in St. Louis
University of Iowa (2)
Medical College of Wisconsin

Infectious Disease
University of Iowa
University of Minnesota

Nephrology
Washington University in St. Louis

Palliative care
University of Iowa

Pulmonary/Critical Care
University of California, San Francisco Medical Center