Georgetown University Internal Medicine is located in the city of Georgetown, just outside Washington, D.C. It’s also the oldest private university in the United States.
The hospital has been operating since 1856.
The doctors here specialize in internal medicine.
The first doctor was John M. Kean, who worked in the hospital from 1849 to 1854.
In 1857, the hospital became the Georgetown University Medical Center, which would become the Georgetown Medical School.
Doctors here are often considered to be one of the best in the country, according to the Georgetown Insider.
Internal Medicine and Surgery has a history of excellence.
Dr. Andrew Schmitt, a specialist in internal disease at Georgetown, said the hospital has the highest proportion of physicians who are in their 80s.
The Georgetown Insider recently published a look at the health of the Georgetown medical students.
Read more about the health and care of the medical students at Georgetown University.