Previously an academic unit of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School merged with Rutgers, on July 1, 2013. The Barnabas Health System became the clinical practice in 2020 with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital as the academic medical center for the system.
Recognizing the importance of cultural, socioeconomic and case-mix diversity, residents in training have the opportunity to learn and care for a wide variety of populations that characterize Central New Jersey. A 965-bed tertiary level university hospital and a 300-bed true community hospital, along with exposure to an NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Center (CINJ), a Federally Qualified Health Care Center and a wide-array of integrated research opportunities at Rutgers, the training ground for our residents remains robust.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) and the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center (PMPMC) form the core teaching hospitals for our residency training program in internal medicine.
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
As one of the nation’s leading comprehensive medical schools, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education, research, health care delivery, and the promotion of community health. In collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the medical school’s principal affiliate, they are recognized as New Jersey’s premier academic medical center. In addition, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School has 34 other hospital affiliates and ambulatory care sites throughout the region.
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School encompasses 20 basic science and clinical departments, and hosts centers and institutes including The Cardiovascular Institute, the Child Health Institute of New Jersey, the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, and the Stem Cell Institute of New Jersey. The medical school maintains educational programs at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels for more than 1,500 students on its campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway and provides continuing education courses for health care professionals and community education programs.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (academic medical center for the RWJ Barnabas Health System)
RWJUH is a 965-bed hospital which provides primary, secondary and tertiary levels of care to central New Jersey and the surrounding areas. The hospital is staffed by full-time faculty in every department, along with a large group of private faculty.
The Internal Medicine Department at RWJUH has approximately 140 full-time faculty and 500 community based physicians with clinical teaching interests. An active transfer service brings severely ill and complex patients to RWJUH, allowing for superb training of residents with a large volume of tertiary patients.
For more information: Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
About New Brunswick: New Brunswick, NJ
Penn Medicine at Princeton Medical Center (PMPMC)
PMPMC is an excellent 300-bed community hospital, with full-time faculty and private physicians in the Department of Medicine. PMPMC has the advantages of a true community hospital, allowing our medical residents to train in the mainstream primary care setting. The 16 full-time faculty and 145 private faculty are drawn by the ideal setting, the presence of the high quality residents and the superb patient pathology that has consistently characterized PMPMC.
For more information: https://www.princetonhcs.org/care-services/community-health-center
About Princeton: Princeton, NJ
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ)
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ), established in 1990, is New Jersey’s only National Cancer Institute – designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. CINJ delivers advanced comprehensive care to adults and children and conducts cutting edge cancer research.
Our housestaff work closely with CINJ fellows and faculty during their rotation on the hematologic malignancy service and frequently participate in electives at the outpatient specialty cancer clinics at CINJ. Many residents collaborate with faculty on clinical and basic science research projects.
For more information: http://www.cinj.org