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Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Program

Emory's Combined Internal Medicine and Psychiatry residency is a five-year program that is an integration of the categorical Internal Medicine residency program and the General Psychiatry residency program. Residents who complete this residency program are eligible for both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology exams. The five-year residency is divided equally between Internal Medicine and Psychiatry rotations.

Our combined residency program trains physicians to possess the knowledge and skills necessary to provide high quality, comprehensive, integrated patient care. Our graduates practice both medicine and psychiatry in a wide variety of career paths including combinations of primary care, hospital medicine, academic medicine, medicine and psychiatry consult liaison, integrated medicine and psychiatry clinics, emergency psychiatry, inpatient psychiatry, outpatient psychiatry and psychotherapy.  Additionally, upon completion of the 5-year program, combined medicine and psychiatry graduates are eligible for subspecialty fellowships in medicine or psychiatry.


Program Director:


Kellie Clearo, MD, RPh
Emory University School of Medicine
Departments of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry
49 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Faculty Office Building, 4th floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone (404)778-1624
Fax (404)778-1601
e-mail: kclearo@emory.edu


Program Coordinator:


Danielle Terrell
49 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Faculty Office Building, 4th floor
Atlanta, Georgia  30303
404-251-8788 – office
404-525-2957 – fax