• General Internal Medicine

    General Internal Medicine

    General Internal Medicine includes more than 50 physicians and researchers who teach approximately 500 medical students.

  • Nephrology


    The Division of Nephrology is committed to providing state of the art care, training nephrologists and internists, and building strong basic and clinical research programs. 

  • Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism

    Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism

    This division has active clinical and basic research programs at UNMC and Omaha's VA Medical Center.

  • Cardiology


    One Heart Center. Bringing together the expertise of surgeons and cardiologists across the spectrum.

  • Geriatrics


    Caring for some of the million home-bound elders.

  • Infectious Diseases

    Infectious Diseases

    The division is composed of 10 full-time faculty and has numerous close associations with other clinical and basic science departments.

  • Oncology and Hematology

    Oncology and Hematology

    The division is active in clinical research with clinical trials, including investigator-initiated, NCI-sponsored and pharmaceutical industry sponsored phase I-III trials.

  • Rheumatology


    Home of RAIN, the leader for investigator initiated Rheumatoid Arthritis research in the U.S.

  • Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    The division supports a world renowned liver and small bowel transplant program.

  • Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy

    Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy

    100-percent board pass rate for Pulmonary & Critical Care trainees for the last 5 years.

The department of internal medicine constantly pursues all three aspects of the UNMC mission: clinical service, medical education and biomedical research.

Internal Medicine is the largest department in the College of Medicine, with more than 180 physicians and scientists and is organized by disease specialty into 10 divisions.

Chair Debra Romberger: "The department's greatest asset is its people -- faculty, trainees and staff who are very talented and work hard to provide high quality care to our patients and education to our students and trainees while also seeking to answer important questions with our research programs. The department has a rich tradition of leadership and growth and I am privileged to be a part of leading us into our next steps of even further growth and national recognition."