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About the Residency


Continuity Office Practices

Each resident is assigned to a general medicine continuity clinic site for the duration of their training.

Residents will attend continuity clinic every fifth week for five clinical sessions where they evaluate initial/return visits of patients representing cultural, socioeconomic and disease diversity. Residents are the primary care providers and assume all clinical responsibility for a panel of patients with a broad range of medical conditions under the supervision of dedicated teaching faculty. In addition, residents provide preventive health services, consultation services, preoperative evaluations, and disability determinations for their patients.     


Ambulatory Curriculum

The mornings during clinic week include board review, outpatient report, ambulatory didactics, and EBM

education - all moderated by members of the program leadership. Time for subspecialty research and

quality improvement is frequently carved out of the morning schedule. Senior residents who have met

their research and quality improvement requirements may avail of this time to gain clinical experience

in the future specialty of their choice.


Continuity Office Practice Physician Leaders 

   Pansy Tsang                                                                                     

Pansy Tsang, MD                                                Edith Sitrin, MD

University Medical Center at Princeton         Eric B. Chandler Health Center                                  



                                             Sarang Kim, MD

                University Medical Group at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson