LMC’s Internal Medicine Residents again shine in ABIM


Submitted by Lawrence L. Livornese Jr. MD, FACP, FIDSA, Dorrance H. Hamilton Chairman, Main Line Health System Department of Medicine


I am proud to announce that Lankenau Medical Center’s Internal Medicine Residency Program had a three-year rolling ABIM board pass rate of 98%.  The national pass rate for this exam is 85%.


Among all three-year Internal Medicine residencies in Pennsylvania, Lankenau Medical Center tied for the highest passage rate.  This is a remarkable achievement.


Additionally, our three Residents in the Osteopathic track program once again had the highest score in the nation on their in-service training exam.  Our Residents have ranked number one annually on this exam since the inception of the Osteopathic track.


Please join me in congratulating our trainees and their leaders: William Surkis, MD, Vice-Chairman of Medicine for Education and Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program; Associate Program Directors Jonathan Doroshow, MD, and Catherine Kuntz, MD; and Daniel Lazowick, DO, Director of Osteopathic Medical Education and Osteopathic Program Director.


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