Internal Medicine Residency

Internal Medicine Residency Program

Welcome to the Loyola University Chicago Internal Medicine Residency Program Web Site!

Resident Resources

 

CONTACT US

Loyola University Medical Center
2160 S. First Ave.
Building 102, Room 7609
Maywood, IL 60153
(708) 216-5838

Kathy Vandlik
Residency Coordinator
Building 102, Room 7609
Phone: (708) 216-6497
Email: kavandlik@lumc.edu

Jill Wallock
Residency Coordinator
Building 102, Room 7613
Phone: (708) 216-6053
Email: jwalloc@lumc.edu

Gertie Bilka
Residency Support
Building 102, Room 7609
Phone: (708) 216-4943
Email: gbilka@lumc.edu

Loyola University Medical Center is a 561 bed facility with 24,000 yearly admissions and is nationally ranked by US News and World Report in Cardiology and Heart Surgery.  Loyola has been recognized as high performing in Cancer, ENT, Geriatrics, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and GI Surgery, Gynecology, Orthopedics and Urology by US News & World Report.

Loyola Internal Medicine residents care for an unparalleled patient population, benefit from a personalized learning environment and participate in a comprehensive research curriculum. To fully understand Loyola University's Department of Medicine, you need to visit the campus, talk with our residents and faculty, and experience the atmosphere and culture.

The Department of Medicine has many special features:

  • Unique "4+1" Scheduling
  • Expert full-time faculty truly dedicated to teaching
  • Comprehensive curriculum and conference schedule
  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • Quaternary academic medical center
  • VA hospital and outpatient training
  • Fully integrated EMR for outpatient and inpatient encounters
  • Mock code training
  • Diverse patient population
  • Great location minutes from downtown Chicago
  • Dedicated research programs for residents
  • Free board review course for PGY3 residents
  • MKSAP provided for every categorical resident
  • Faculty advisor program
  • Annual off-site retreats for each class
  • Internationally recognized transplant programs including bone marrow, cardiac, liver, pulmonary, and renal

    "Loyola University Health System is committed to excellence in patient care and the education of health professionals. The people of Loyola promise patients that we go beyond the illness to treat the whole person. We also treat the human spirit."    

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