Residency Program

​​​​Welcome from the Program Director

Welcome to the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the American University of Beirut Medical Center. The Internal Medicine Department strives to serve the people from Lebanon, the Middle East, and worldwide by upholding its past accomplishments in medical education, research and service while continuously seeking higher ground in all three. The mission of this program is to provide an educational climate of continuous advancement and to graduate qualified doctors who have been trained to become socially responsible critical thinkers with a commitment to life-long learning. 

Over the course of your training, you will be surrounded by dedicated faculty committed to the highest standards of clinical care, outstanding teaching and professional growth. You will be part of a program that has been Accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education International (ACGME-I) and strives to provide the greatest opportunities for resident education and growth.

The program allows you to be part of a vibrant environment with various settings. You will be participating in programs designed to enrich your development such as the resident research program, the mentorship program, performance improvement projects and activities designed with a focus on resident wellbeing.

We are excited to meet our applicants and our future dynamic workforce and we welcome you to continue your journey with us as part of our team.  


Pierre Bou Khalil, MD
Director of the Residency Training Program

Policies

Resident Orientations

  • Yearly Orientations 
    • PGY1 Orientation 
    • ​Orientation Guidebook for New Residents and Fellows 
  • Monthly Orientations
    • Coronary Care Unit Rotation 
    • Inpatient Rotation 
    • Participating Sites Rotations 
    • Intensive Care Unit Rotation 

Resident Retreat


The Resident Retreat is an activity that was introduced in September 2014 at the Internal Medicine Department. The goal of this activity is to provide an opportunity that fosters resident wellbeing and enhances the environment of team collaboration. This activity has been a success over the past years and has paved the way for it to be presented as a publication in the International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (Ghazal, Rahhal, BouKhalil, 2018).