Internal Medicine Pediatrics Residency

Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program

 2019-2020 Med-Peds Group Picture

The University of Nebraska Medical Center started a combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics (Med-Peds) program in 2002.  The goal of the program is to offer extensive training in both disciplines and to prepare residents for numerous possible career paths. The Med-Peds program accepts 4 residents per year and Med-Peds graduates are eligible to become board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. UNMC is a superb place for Internal Medicine-Pediatric training, as you can see from the following: 

For our M4 students, we offer a Med-Peds Ambulatory Sub-I Rotation. This rotation will give senior medical students the opportunity to assume more responsibility and autonomy in the care of patients in the general internal medicine and pediatric ambulatory setting.  Each student will rotate with multiple med-peds and pediatric clinical preceptors at the Nebraska Medicine Fontenelle Clinic. The student will be expected to attend 6-7 half-days of clinic per week with a possible extra half day each week dedicated to extracurricular ambulatory experiences.  Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice acute and chronic care management and preventative care for both adult and pediatric patients.  They will see patients, write notes, and make follow-up calls under staff guidance pertinent to their patient.

University of Nebraska Internal Medicine-Pediatrics
982055 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska 68198-2055
Phone: 402-559-8501
Fax: 402-559-9385