The Underrepresented in Medicine Visiting Clerkship Program (UiMVCP) is co-sponsored by the Pritzker School of Medicine and UChicago Medicine GME Office and participating departments as a supplement to our regular Visiting Clerkship Program. This competitive program provides mentoring, networking, and stipend support for fourth-year medical students who are underrepresented in medicine as defined by the AAMC or are interested in addressing health inequities and social determinants of health.
Successful applicants will advance our diversity and inclusion mission and become prospects for academic training programs for internship and residency at UChicago Medicine. Learn more about our GME programs here. More information about diversity and inclusion at UChicago Medicine is available here:
- Biological Sciences Division: Diversity and Inclusion
- Pritzker School of Medicine: Office of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
UChicago Medicine is a nationally recognized academic center offering cutting-edge clinical care to communities on the south side of Chicago as well as to patients referred from regional and national sources. UChicago Medicine is located in one of Chicago’s most diverse communities, Hyde Park.
See below "Available Rotations" for the many departments that participate in this program.