2018 Teaching Awards
The Department of Medicine annually bestows teaching awards on its most excellent teachers, in recognition of their outstanding mentorship and commitment to education.
Lauren Arthur- March 2018 Employee of the Month
The level of praise surrounding Lauren Arthur, administrative associate for the division of hospital medicine, is slightly overwhelming.
Chief Residents Announced for 2019-2020
Early Wednesday morning, Robert Harrington, MD, professor of medicine and chair of the department, announced the internal medicine chief residents for the 2019-2020 academic year. Chief residents are chosen for their exemplary leadership and clinical skills, and their biographies showed an impressive record of service and academic excellence.
PCPH division SCOPEs out volunteering effort
The Stanford division of Primary Care and Population Health is deeply interested in care. So much so, in fact, that division support staff, led by Loto Reed, organized themselves into a project called SCOPE (Stanford Community Outreach Partnership Efforts).
New postdoctoral fellowship will allow nurse-scientists to conduct palliative care research
A new postdoctoral fellowship for nurse-scientists will train researchers and future thought-leaders in the palliative care space.
Mandy Murphy Carroll - February 2018 Employee of the Month
Mandy Murphy Carroll, MPH, RD, is “the glue that holds the CHIVES project together,” according to her friend and colleague Carrie McKinley.
Helen Luikart - January 2018 Employee of the Month
Helen Luikart, RN, MSN, CCRC, is a fixture in her division. She’s worked at Stanford for 29 years.
A Look Back: Top 10 Stories of 2017
From a glimpse into the lives of dual-doctor families to the launch of a new initiative with Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, here are the stories that drew the most visitors to the Department of Medicine site last year.
2018 Stanford Internal Medicine Residency Online Chat
This year Stanford introduced its Internal Medicine Residency Program with a Zoom chat with a panel made up of doctors and current and former residents. Prospective residents were invited to ask any and all questions they might have about the program.
Internal Medicine Residency Chat
Join Stanford’s Internal Medicine Residency program on Monday, January 29 at 1:00 p.m. Pacific time for a Zoom chat. Program leadership will discuss the current landscape of internal medicine, share program highlights, and answer your questions.
Each month, the Department of Medicine honors a staff member who contributes to our mission through their exceptional dedication, initiative, motivation, positive attitude, customer service and passion about their work. Meet the recipients