The NUHS Advanced Internal Medicine (AIM) Senior Residency Programme is a two-year comprehensive programme that aims to build on the experience and competencies gained during the basic internal medicine residency years.
The AIM Senior Residency Programme aims to equip residency graduates with skills and knowledge to provide excellent evidence-based medical care for adult patients admitted into the hospital or seen in the clinic for multiple medical conditions or undifferentiated symptoms or signs.
The two-year programme consists of 18 months of training in general internal medicine and six months of elective rotations.
Elective rotations can include any of the following - cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatric medicine, haematology, infectious diseases, medical oncology, MICU, neurology, palliative medicine, psychiatry, rehabilitation medicine, renal medicine, respiratory medicine or rheumatology.
As an Academic Medical Centre with strong collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS), NUHS offers its residents exposure to top faculty, cutting-edge clinical care and numerous opportunities for research. Our programme allows development of the broad expertise that is necessary to provide holistic and comprehensive patient care in general internal medicine.