ABRAHAM THOMAS M.D.
Senior VP & Chairman of Medicine
Dear Residency Candidate:
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you as an applicant to our wonderful internal medicine residency program.
ABRAHAM THOMAS M.D.
Chairman of Medicine
RAVI GUPTA, M.D., FACP
Dear Residency Candidate: Welcome to the Lutheran Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency! Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our program.
RAVI GUPTA M.D.
Meet the entire internal medicine residency program team.
Get more details on applying by going through our FAQ section and reviewing the salary & benefits.
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Ali Torbati, M.D. PGY3
"I had the experience of working in different hospitals but my experience with Lutheran was very different. I felt what it was like to be part of a large family and at the same ..."
John Dwyer, D.O. PGY1
"I chose Lutheran for a few reasons in particular. First and foremost, trust: the attending physicians and administrators with whom I spoke with on interview day were people who ..."
Natasha Suleman, M.D. PGY1
"From the first day of orientation, I knew that I had made the right decision to move to New York City and train at Lutheran Medical Center. Having travelled to over thirty coun ..."
Ankita Sharma, D.O. PGY3
"I am honored to be a part of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Lutheran Medical Center and to work with attendings and residents who are passionate about medicine and ..."
Rachel Lacy, M.D. PGY2
"I knew I wanted to be a resident at Lutheran since I was a medical student. Of all the hospitals where I had rotations, I never felt more at home than at Lutheran. You are trea ..."
Vivian Burkhardt, M.D. PGY2
"As a medical student I had the opportunity to rotate through many hospitals, and it didn't take me long to realize which qualities of a residency program were most important to ..."
Natalie Pavelock, M.D. PGY3
"Rarely will you find a program where the majority of residents can agree on the quality of teaching and the accessibility of faculty in an environment that borders on familial. ..."
David K. Lee, M.D. PGY3
"I wanted to join a residency that would allow me to fine-tune the skills needed to be a successful physician as well as to be exposed to a diverse patient population. I am incr ..."