Family Medicine Residency Curriculum

Dr. David Stewart takes a look at a patient

To learn more about the Family Medicine Residency Program, please email our program coordinator, Valerie Liner.

The Family Medicine Residency Program's curriculum is designed to encompass an array of disciplines in the first year. As residents progress, more time is allotted to the University Family Medicine, our Family Health Center. First year residents spend 1 half -day per week at the Family Health Center- UFM. Second year residents have 2-3 half-days each week and third year residents have 4-5 half days and an evening session each week at UFM.

Year One

  • Orientation - 2 weeks
  • Adult In-Patient Medicine - 8 weeks
  • ICU - 4 weeks
  • OB/GYN - 8 weeks
  • Inpatient Peds - 4 weeks
  • Peds ER - 4 weeks
  • Nursery - 4 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service - 10 weeks
  • UFM - 6 weeks
  • Nutrition - 2 weeks
  • Practice Management - Longitudinal

Year Two

  • Adult In-Patient Medicine - 8 weeks
  • Research - 2 weeks
  • UFM - 8 weeks
  • OB on our Family Medicine Inpatient service - 4 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient(University) - 4 weeks
  • Behavioral Medicine - 4 weeks
  • Outpatient Surgery - 4 weeks
  • Adult ER - 4 weeks
  • Orthopedics - 4 weeks
  • Cardiology -2 weeks
  • Elective (Home) - 4 weeks
  • Procedures - 2 weeks
  • Night Float - 2 weeks
  • Practice Management - Longitudinal
  • Long-term Care - Longitudinal

Year Three

  • Family Medicine Inpatient - 8 weeks
  • Peds ER - 4 weeks
  • Urgent Care/PCMH - 4 weeks
  • Sports Medicine - 4 weeks
  • GYN - 4 weeks
  • UFM - 6 weeks
  • Electives - 12 weeks (2 home & 1 away)
  • Practice Management - Longitudinal
  • Behavioral Medicine - 4 weeks
  • Geriatrics - 4 weeks
  • Night Float - 2 weeks
  • Long-term Care - Longitudinal
  • Practice Management - Longitudinal