Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency ProgramThe Emory University Combined Internal Medicine and Psychiatry residency is a five-year program which integrates the categorical Internal Medicine residency program and the General Psychiatry residency program. There are approximately 2 positions per year in this program.
Residents who complete this residency will be eligible for both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology exams.
The residency is divided equally between Internal Medicine and Psychiatry rotations. The training is led by Emory University School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry Kellie Clearo, MD, RPh, and Raymond Young, MD.
For more information on the combined medicine/psychiatry residency program, contact:
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