Graduate Medical Education Support

Bayhealth’s medical education programs are instrumental to meeting the growing healthcare needs of our local communities. As we attract talented medical school students and graduates to train here, and hopefully stay to continue their careers, we are expanding upon the number of physicians available to the people of central and southern Delaware. This pipeline of highly-trained primary care physicians and specialists is serving our community now and for many years to come.

To learn more about philanthropic support of the Graduate Medical Education Program, download our brochure

Growing Medical Expertise

Our Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Program residents are training under the finest physicians in our region to become exceptional primary care doctors. They are offering attentive and compassionate care to our families today and the next generation. These two programs each have a medical practice locally where residents hone their skills and also see patients, under the supervision of attending physicians. The Family Medicine, Dover practice and the Internal Medicine, Milford practice add more than 30,000 and 20,000 patient care visits, respectively, to our community each year.

Our General Surgery Residency Program is advancing surgical expertise in our region and helping to meet the surgical needs of the underserved community.

Advanced Facilities Elevate Training and Care

Through the generosity of donors, we are building innovative residency programs with facilities and resources that reflect the latest medical technology. The PCOM simulation laboratory, or sim lab, offers a state-of-the-art 10,000-square-foot space for immersive learning using robotic equipment and computer simulation that mimics patient responses and medical scenarios.

The high-tech resources and equipment in the PCOM Sim Lab include: