Combined programs in Medicine — Pediatrics offer students the opportunity for in-depth training in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. While this career path provides exceptional training for primary care, Med-Peds also provides the option of completing subspecialty training in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, or both.

At the end of the four-year training program, physicians are eligible for Board certification in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Graduates go on to practice in outpatient and inpatient settings, academic or private practices, and primary care or subspecialty practices. It’s a great way to obtain outstanding training to care for all members of the family.

Residency Training

  • Duration of training: Four years.
  • Number of programs nationally: 78.
  • Number of entering residency positions per year: 380.
  • Types of fellowships or subspecialties: All medicine and pediatric subspecialties.
  • Type of Match: Regular.
  • Overall competitiveness: Moderately Competitive. There's a good chance of matching for the average student.

Primary Faculty Contact for M1's and M2's

Michael Lukela, M.D.
Program Director

Medical Student Club or Interest Group

  • M1-M4 student interest group.
  • Informal group meetings with Med-Peds program directors and residents.
  • Med-Peds outpatient Elective

Contact: (Shadowing or Mentoring Experiences Available)

Michael Lukela, M.D.
Program Director

Assistant Program Directors
Kate Levy, M.D.                              

Sara Platte, M.D.   

Rebecca Northway, M.D.