The Family Medicine Residency clinic provides comprehensive care for the entire family in all phases of life, from childhood to senior years.
- Care for acute and chronic medical problems
- Care for expectant moms
- Well-baby visits and immunizations
- School sports physicals
- Annual check-ups
- Minor surgical procedures
What is a Residency?
After medical school, doctors who want to specialize in Family Medicine must complete a three-year residency program. Resident doctors at the Family Medicine Residency Clinic work hand-in-hand with experienced family medicine physicians and other physician mentors, to provide quality health care to patients in both the clinic and hospital settings. The Family Medicine Residency Program has graduated more than 100 physicians resulting in improved health care throughout our region.