Internal Medicine Residency: Phoenix (Maricopa)

Internal Medicine Residency: Phoenix (Maricopa)

Creighton University School of Medicine Internal Medicine residency program at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, is structured to train clinically competent physicians who can excel in any internal medicine setting. Maricopa Medical Center (MMC) serves as an emergency tertiary referral hospital for Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) for the Phoenix area and the state of Arizona.

Clinical competence and academic excellence is attained by giving greater responsibility to residents through exposure to the wealth of clinical pathology seen at MMC and Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. Residents are supervised by full-time board-certified internists and specialists. 

Residents will rotate through every specialty of internal medicine, including neurology and dermatology. They are part of an ambulatory practice team and see their own patients at a Maricopa Integrated Health System Family Health Center.

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About Maricopa Integrated Health System

Located in Phoenix, Arizona, Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) has a proud tradition as both a community health care system, with a mission to serve the underserved, and Arizona's only public teaching hospital. MIHS has served the Maricopa County area for more than 140 years. MIHS consists of:

  • Maricopa Medical Center, the only Level I Trauma Center in Arizona verified by the American College of Surgeons to care for both adults and children
  • Arizona Burn Center, Arizona's only nationally verified Burn Center serving the entire Southwestern United States
  • McDowell Healthcare Center, which is the largest provider of HIV primary care in Arizona
  • Refugee Women's Health Clinic
  • Arizona Children's Center
  • Two behavioral health centers
  • 13 neighborhood family health centers