The creation of internal medicine fellowships for Prisma Health in Greenville, SC represents the next big step for the Department of Medicine and for the Internal Medicine Residency program in particular. I am very excited to see how the addition of fellowships will further improve our already great education and increase academic opportunities for our resident physicians. Gastroenterology, Infectious Disease, and Pulmonary/Critical Care expertise is always needed in our area, and the well-being of our patients will be better served by providing highly qualified trained physicians in these specialties. The residents of the internal medicine program are ecstatic about the opportunities this good news represents.
Internal Medicine Chief Resident
A win for Prisma Health! Our new fellowship programs are a tremendous benefit to our patients and providers. This has created multiple opportunities for academic leadership and training in specialties for our resident physicians and promises to bring top candidates as well as more physicians to the area in service to the community. I can think of no better way to inspire health, serve with compassion and be the difference.
I was very excited to learn of the fellowships that were coming to our institution. I think this will be an incredible addition to our internal medicine program and department. It will improve the overall academic environment and ultimately give better care to our patients. It will allow our great residents who are interested in fellowship the ability and opportunity to stay here to finish their training.
Internal Medicine Chief Resident
The news of adding fellowships in the Department of Medicine at Prisma Health in Greenville is exciting to say the least. As a recent graduate of the medicine program I can attest to the fantastic academic and clinical environment we have in place. Adding fellowships in Gastroenterology, Pulmonary Medicine/Critical Care, and Infectious Disease will certainly build on the existing foundation. Outside of training fantastic specialists, I am confident we will quickly see how much these programs influence and strengthen the education of residents, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville medical students, and beyond. I suspect our fellowships will continue to attract more physicians who are enthusiastic about pursuing graduate medical education and practice in the city of Greenville. Perhaps most importantly, I am anxious to see how much our community will benefit from the changes in training, academia, and healthcare delivery.
I was extremely excited to hear that Prisma Health will be starting three new fellowship programs. The internal medicine residency program consistently produces fantastic physicians whether they continue their career in primary care or as subspecialists. With the addition of these fellowships, residents will now have the opportunity to continue their training in the beautiful Upstate while providing more qualified physicians for the community. Additionally, adding fellowships will provide even further academic structure, offer more research opportunities, and allow the entire health system to improve.
I am thrilled that the Department of Medicine will start offering these new fellowship programs. The department has had a strong academic focus for many years with excellent support from the faculty and administration, and the fellowship programs will thrive here. The faculty at Prisma Health – Upstate are excellent, and will be able to provide world class training for the betterment of the healthcare system as well as the patients in the Upstate.
Med-Peds Chief Resident
Having completed residency at Prisma Health, I know how important medical education is to everyone here. The addition of new fellowship programs will improve patient care and enrich an already excellent graduate medical education program. I am very excited for the opportunity to work with, teach, and learn from our new fellows in the coming years.
I’m quite pleased that we are getting fellowship programs here for a few major reasons. For one, it shows potential residents, fellows and attendings we have faculty that are invested in creating a learning environment for multiple levels of trainees. Another reason is the belief that fellowships will indeed attract skilled individuals who are interested in furthering their training and bring an influx of new ideas and experiences. Ultimately, my hope is that the addition of fellowships will eventually allow us to collectively take better care of our patients and address the ongoing healthcare shortages by adding more well-trained individuals.
I was so pleased to hear that fellowships are starting at Prisma Health in Greenville! The internal medicine residency here has been an excellent training opportunity and adding fellowships will only strengthen our program. By expanding our clinical teams, we will be able to grow our educational opportunities, which will ultimately benefit the system as a whole. I cannot wait to see our program develop into a robust clinical environment and continue to grow!
As an internal medicine resident, I am very excited to have additional opportunities to continue my graduate medical education in this beautiful area and at this fantastic hospital. I have been amazed at the supportive culture of learning at Prisma Health, and adding fellows will expose our residents and students to even more skilled teachers. As this community continues to grow, it is great to know that we will also have the specialists necessary to take exceptional care of them.
I am beyond excited for the addition of fellowships that will further enhance the innovation and research of the Internal Medicine department and Prisma Health. Their addition will challenge the boundaries of medicine and strengthen the team dynamics, especially during times of uncertainty.
I am certain working with fellows will enhance our academic learning environment. There will be more opportunities to work on research projects, explore new evidence, and master topics in medicine with fellows around. I am looking forward to growing our teaching service teams as we all become better doctors.