Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program is an ACGME accredited program, with a three year educational curriculum (beginning at the PGY2 level) that prepares residents for both clinical and academic practice.
The program strives to fulfill MedStar NRH's mission of Adding Life to Years® - enhancing the quality of life of persons with injuries and disabling illness so that they can achieve the highest possible level of independence and function, providing education and training in injury and disease management to rehabilitation professionals and the community, and advancing knowledge through rehabilitation research.
All residents are required to obtain competence in the six areas listed below, to the level expected of a new practitioner:
- Patient Care
- Medical Knowledge
- Practice-based learning and Improvement
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills
- Systems-based Practice
- Georgetown University Medical Center
- Georgetown University
- MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
- MedStar Washington Hospital Center
- MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
- Children's National Medical Center
- National Institutes of Health - Rehabilitation Medicine Department
- Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- Veterans Administration Medical Center
For more information, contact:
Eric Wisotzky, M.D.
MedStar GUH/NRH Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital
102 Irving Street, NW, Room 2135
Washington, DC 20010