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The Residency’s innovative curriculum is designed to prepare residents for the Future of Family Medicine, in academic, research, clinical practice, community advocacy and family medicine subspecialty careers. Our curriculum offers an opportunity for publishable research/scholarly projects and an optional longitudinal fellowship experience during the second and third years.


  • Board Review
  • Protected Lecture Time
  • Fellowship Tracks
  • Away Elective Opportunities
  • Morning Report
  • Night Float
  • Electronic Medical Record
  • Elective Time
  • Monthly Grand Rounds
  • Formal Primary Care Research Training
  • 2-Week Evidence-Based Medicine Course
  • Free Epocrates Essentials and other Point-of-Care Resources
  • High Quality On-site Rotations in a Renowned Academic Facility

Our Curriculum is routinely reviewed utilizing direct feedback sessions with all residents, and modified as needed to ensure that our residents receive the highest quality clinical experiences.


The Department is home to a nationally-recognized Research Division engaged in primary care research. The longitudinal research curriculum includes journal clubs, a scientific lecture series, ongoing workshops and other hands-on research experiences as well as supervision and collaboration in independent research projects.