Message from the Chair

I had lunch with our nine chief residents last week. They were introduced in an earlier post. They are fully in their stride as leaders of ourRead more

By sjmartinez • August 8, 2022

This week, U.S. News and World Report released their annual hospital rankings. The methodology changes from year to year, and attention is often focused onRead more

By sjmartinez • August 1, 2022

Last week I celebrated the phenomenal productivity of department of medicine (DoM) research faculty during the first six months of this year. The data didRead more

By sjmartinez • July 25, 2022

As an academic medical center, we seek to excel in all missions, clinical care, community engagement, education and research. This week, I want to shareRead more

By sjmartinez • July 18, 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion defines health equity as being achieved when no one is disadvantagedRead more

By sjmartinez • July 11, 2022

I hope you had a restful and enjoyable July 4th and for those of you who covered our hospitals, thank you for your service. ThisRead more

By sjmartinez • July 5, 2022

By the time this fiscal year ends in 3 days, faculty in the department of medicine (DoM) would have logged in excess of 2 millionRead more

By sjmartinez • June 27, 2022

Earlier this week I was privileged to attend the 2022 STAR Program graduation and delivered the keynote address. VIEW PICTURES HERE The STAR (Specialty Training andRead more

By sjmartinez • June 21, 2022

This week, I held the third of the department’s regional wellness town halls with faculty who practice in the northwest region. 120 faculty members attended!Read more

By sjmartinez • June 13, 2022

In the life cycle of our education enterprise, June is a month of transitions highlighted by graduations. Last week, my younger brother reminded me that hisRead more

By • June 6, 2022