To provide residents with experience in the outpatient setting while developing their ambulatory skills, residents complete clinical rotations in the residents’ ambulatory practice, Community Internal Medicine of Athens (CIMA), during each year of training.
CIMA is a part of the St. Mary’s Medical Group. At CIMA, residents serve as the primary care provider for their personal panel of patients, following the evolution of care among their patient population throughout the duration of their training. Experienced Medical College of Georgia physician faculty board-certified in Internal Medicine supervise residents in the ambulatory setting. Residents care for a diverse panel of patients, including both privately insurance and uninsured patients. Throughout their training at CIMA, residents will encounter a broad variety of medical issues among their panel of patients.
For more information, visit the CIMA website.