Dr. Menoutis graduated from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1994 and completed his internal medicine residency at the UConn School of Medicine in 1997. He joined the Internal Medicine Associates at the UConn Health Center in 1997 and has been seeing patients in the Farmington office since that time. Dr. Menoutis is an assistant professor of clinical medicine and is involved in some clinical teaching of the medical students. He practices the full spectrum of outpatient internal medicine.
|M.D.||Allegheny University of the Health Sciences||Medicine|
|Internship||University of Connecticut School of Medicine||Internal Medicine
|Residency||University of Connecticut School of Medicine||Internal Medicine|
Outpatient clinical medicine
One day a week I have a third year medical student rotating through my office. During this time the student sees patients with me and we discuss each case. We review topics in internal medicine, especially outpatient medicine.
One month a year I rotate with a third or fourth year student during their inpatient medicine rotation. The student and I meet twice a week and review cases of patients who have been admitted to the hospital during their rotation.
|Name & Description||Category||Role||Type||Scope||Start Year||End Year|
|American Medical Association||Professional/Scientific Organization||Member||External||National|