Academic and Clinical Excellence
Primary Care Internal Medicine (PCIM) specializes in diagnosing, treating, and preventing medical problems in adolescents, adults, and the elderly. We work as a team to provide a medical home for our patients in clinic and around-the-clock care for our patients admitted to the hospital.
We strive to:
- Deliver compassionate, responsive, integrated care
- Teach the science, art, and joy of medicine
- Promote knowledge through research and education
- Cultivate a collegial and sustainable practice environment
- Collaborate to improve the quality and safety of patient care
- Enhance the health and well-being of our community
Division faculty members play a pivotal role in teaching and directing courses for a broad audience of clinical learners. Our educational programs cover a wide spectrum, from primary care to tertiary care, communication skills to statistics, and from pre-medical students to post-graduate continuing medical education.
We have a diversity of scholarly interests among our faculty. Research projects range from immunizations to models for chronic disease care, such as the medical home.
Dr. Mark Levine was appointed Designated Institution Official at FAHC and Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education at the College of Medicine in May 2014
Dr. Mark Pasanen was named Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at FAHC in May 2014
In April 2014, Dr. Patricia King was elected to the Federation of State Medical Boards Board of Directors and received the John H. Clark Award, recognizing outstanding and exemplary leadership, commitment and contributions in advancing the public good at the state medical board level.
Dr. Shaden Eldakar-Hein received the Osler Award for General Medicine Teacher of the Year in June 2014
Save the Date: 2014 ACP Vermont Chapter Meeting October 17, 2014 Trapp Family Lodge Stowe, VT
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