Drexel University College of Medicine, Department of Medicine
The consolidation of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University brought together two outstanding and renowned medical schools, faculties and residency programs that have had a distinct and outstanding history. The Medical College of Pennsylvania was founded in 1850 as the country’s first medical school for women. Hahnemann University Hospital and the School of Medicine trace their roots to 1848 when Constantine Herring, Jacob J. Jeannes and Walter Williamson founded what was to become the Hahneman Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia. The merging of these two institutions has created one of the finest centers for academic excellence in the country, in the city of Philadelphia that is renowned world-wide as one of the leading communities of medical education. Drexel University College of Medicine, Department of Medicine has 1,000 medical students, one of the largest medical school enrollments in the nation. The Medical College of Pennsylvania Hahnemann University also encompasses the School of Public Health, School of Biomedical Graduate Studies and College of Nursing and Health Professions. Our intimate association with Drexel University provides a unique opportunity for combined programs in informatics, engineering, bioengineering, business administration. The research opportunities in concert with Drexel and the School of Medicine are unlimited.
Our University faculty provide the optimum combination of academic orientation, outstanding active clinical practices and unique clinical investigation and bench research. The Department of Medicine has 120 compensated faculty members led by June F. Klinghoffer Professor and Chair of Medicine.
Allan B. Schwartz, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Director of Continuing Medical Education, has led one of the most outstanding post graduate education and continuing medical education programs in the nation. His educational experience has spanned the arenas of undergraduate medical student clinical education, residency program direction and residency educational curriculum development, organization and production of nationally-known medical seminars in all subspecialty disciplines of Internal Medicine. He is also known internationally as an outstanding educator and lecturer.
The faculty of the Department of Medicine of Drexel University College of Medicine, Department of Medicine welcomes you to our institution and the City of Philadelphia and offers the opportunity for providing a most excellent educational experience reviewing all subspecialty disciplines of Internal Medicine and those related topical areas in preparation for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) examination.
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