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Charlene Weigel

weigelAssistant Professor of Medicine

Education:

Undergraduate: Middlebury College

Medical School: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Internal Medicine Residency: University of Virgina Health System

General Field of Work:

General Internal Medicine

Affiliations other than medicine:

Associate Program Director, Boston Medical Center

Preliminary Program Director, Boston Medical Center

Contact information:

Office :

72 East Concord Street, Evans Suite 124, Boston, MA 02118

Email:

charlene.weigel@bmc.org

Keywords:

Preliminary Program Director, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Associate Program Director, BU Internal Medicine Residency Program, Hospitalist

Summary of academic interest:

I enjoy working as an academic hospitalist. Most of my clinical time is spent on the general medicine ward teams working with residents. My academic interests include quality improvement and patient safety. I have tried to blend this interest with my time as an Associate Program Director in the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program by working on the Quality improvement curriculum and other systems issues that affect residents. I am currently the Associate Program Director for the Preliminary Residency Program.