Every member in the Division of General Medicine strongly supports the mission of Washington University School of Medicine:
Washington University School of Medicine will lead in advancing human health through the best clinical care, innovative research and the education of tomorrow’s leaders in biomedicine in a culture that supports diversity, inclusion, critical thinking and creativity.
The Division of General Medicine provides general and preventive medicine for adults at the Center for Outpatient Health, Washington University Complete Care, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital. In FY19, we saw 36,447 patients, treating them in all aspects of their health. Our hospital, Barnes-Jewish, routinely wins awards for high quality patient care, based mainly on patient satisfaction surveys. Our progressive health care environment enables cutting-edge technology to integrate seamlessly with our models of care.
Education & Training
The Division of General Medicine prides itself on the level of personalized support our house staff and faculty provide interns and residents, which fosters a keen sense of camaraderie. We operate as a close-knit and supportive family unit, and our goal is to produce physicians who will be national and international leaders in patient care, research and medical education. When you join our residency, we are committed to giving you the set of skills you need to succeed. Part of that commitment includes continually improving. In the field of medicine, learning is ongoing.