For an article on the American Heart Association website, Dr. Mary Branch polled a group of African American physicians and dentists to ask which medicine training programs were inclusive. Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine was ranked second overall, and was the only internal medicine program ranked. This is a relatively novel approach to receiving feedback regarding diversity and inclusion with crowdsourcing from social media, but it shows that the efforts of both the Osler Medical Residency and the Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program have not gone unnoticed. Both programs have invested time and resources into the recruitment and retention of underrepresented in medicine trainees, and we are grateful for what they have done to make our department, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the field of medicine more diverse.
See the full list of programs that made the Medical Program Inclusivity List.