NCC Internal Medicine Residency

"Our residents and faculty are our greatest resource, and the residents drive continued positive change in the program."
 Program Overview
The National Capital Consortium's Internal Medicine Residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center brings together the best of Military Internal Medicine. 
Located in the heart of federal medicine next to the National Institutes of Health and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), Walter Reed National Military Medical Center anchors an integrated military health care system with 50 ICU beds, 296 patient rooms, 40 inpatient acute psychiatric beds, 27 ER beds, a 7-story outpatient building, a gym, and a pool.
The multiservice (Army/Navy/Air Force/Public Health Service) NCC-IM residency program is a 3-year program that offers internal medicine and subspecialty training. We are a busy academic medical center with a dedicated teaching faculty and a history of excellence in clinical education and research. Given our proximity to USU, our residents have many opportunities to teach and mentor medical students in the pre-clerkship and clerkship timeframes. Our patients include wounded warriors, military beneficiaries, veterans, foreign dignitaries, and our nation's leaders. Ultimately, we train residents to be leaders in military medicine and primary and specialty care.
On the outskirts of Washington DC, Walter Reed is within easy reach of the National Zoo and Mall, many sporting venues/restaurants, and numerous historic/military sites. It is conveniently located on the DC Metro on the Red Line at the Medical Center stop.
Schedule 4th Year Rotation with WRNMMC Internal Medicine Service:
Contact: Ms. Carlotta Sommers (, 301-295-9727)
Students should reach out to Ms. Sommers via email to make their initial requests. Once scheduling is confirmed, Ms. Sommers will connect the student to the Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office who will obtain more information.
SUBINTERNSHIPS OPTIONS: Oncology, Ward Medicine, Medical ICU, Inpatient Cardiology
CLINIC/CONSULT ROTATION OPTIONS: Cardiology, Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, Heme/Onc, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Rheumatology, Sleep, Allergy/Immunology,

Questions about IM rotations?
Contact Lt Col Ellen E. Im, USU Advanced Clerkship Director
Internship/Returning General Medical Officer Applicants: 
Applicants should ensure they have entered their application/information in MODS by the deadlines and instructions of their Service Graduate Medical Education Departments.
You may access updates annually at these links:
Navy GME Information/Selection Procedures

Army Medical Education Directorate Website 
Air Force Medical Service GME Application Procedures 

Interview Season
July 15 - October 15
Interview Contact:
Manny Belisario (
Caryn Moore-Barham (
Marla Redmond (
Please contact all three of our program administrators when requesting an interview for the internal medicine program.

Click here to see an overview of our program.

Contact Us


Monday through Friday 7:00 AM thru 3:00 PM

Additional Information

Program Leadership
Program Director:
MAJ Joseph M. Maciuba, MD, MHPE
Phone: (301) 400-0977

Associate Program Directors:
CPT Isaiah Horton, MD
MAJ Kimberly Fabyan, MD
Dr. Richele Corrado
Phone: (301) 319-4723:

Phone: (301) 400-2838

Program Administrator:
Building 19 (America)
3rd Floor, RM 3237
Phone: (301) 319-8754
Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.