Our program is designed to train family medicine physicians who see the whole patient and family, and understand the social, physiological, economic, cultural and biological factors the patients face. We accomplish this through training based on the core curriculum of family medicine, which includes continuity of care, family oriented comprehensive care and clinic practice.

Program Curriculum 

PGY-1

Two to three 1/2-days clinic per week, during which time attending physicians are present for one-on-one consultation.
Family Medicine/Critical Care 16 weeks 1, 4-week blocks
Pediatrics 12 weeks 1, 4-week blocks
Obstetrics   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Gynecology   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Orthopedics   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Emergency Medicine   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Radiology   2 weeks 1, 2-week block
Surgery   2 weeks 1, 2-week block

PGY-2

Three to four 1/2-days clinic per week. 

Family Medicine/Critical Care 16 weeks 4, 4-week blocks
Pediatrics   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
General Surgery   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Rural Medicine   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Obstetrics   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Cardiology   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Nephrology   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Emergency Medicine   4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Dermatology  Longitudinal  
Community Medicine/Health Systems Management   4 weeks 1, 4-week block

PGY-3

Four to five 1/2 days in clinic per week
Family Medicine/Critical Care 12 weeks 3, 4-week blocks
Study/Research 4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Psychiatry 2 weeks 1, 2-week block
Orthopedics 4 weeks 1, 4-week block
Community Medicine/Health Systems Management 4 weeks 1, 4-week block
ENT 2 weeks 1, 2-week block
Sports Medicine 2 weeks 1, 2-week block
Pediatrics 2 weeks 1, 2-week block
General Surgery 2 weeks 1, 2-week block
Electives 16 weeks 4, 4-week blocks

Electives

  • Any core rotation
  • Anesthesiology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Endocrinology
  • Critical Care/Pulmonary
  • Nephrology
  • PICU
  • Rheumatology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Geriatrics