Dr. Susan Wlodarczyk graduated from the UCSF School of Medicine in 2011 and completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at UCSF. She was selected to be a Chief Resident at San Francisco General Hospital for 2014-2015. Dr. Wlodarczyk has been a clinician-educator in the Division of Hospital Medicine at the San Francisco VA since 2015. She works on a variety of clinical services providing direct patient care for hospitalized adults admitted to the medical service, surgical co-management service, medicine consult service and works in the SFVA emergency department. She also teaches and supervises medical students and internal medicine residents while attending on the inpatient medicine wards.
She is very involved in medical education at UCSF and is the Internal Medicine Residency Inpatient Site Director at the San Francisco VA. She is also a course director for “Ground School,” the first foundational sciences course in the UCSF School of Medicine. Dr. Wlodarczyk’s academic interests include curricular development, learner assessment and teaching learning theory to medical students. She serves as an advisor in the Internal Medicine residency program and as a mentor in several programs in the UCSF School of Medicine (including the PILLAR and Education Science Summer Fellowship Program).
Hospitalist, Department of Internal Medicine, San Francisco VA Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco