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UMMC family medicine physician David Stewart, MD, with a patient

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.

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

Year One

  • University Family Medicine Clinic – 14 weeks
  • Adult In-Patient Medicine – 8 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service – 8 weeks
  • ICU – 4 weeks
  • OB/GYN – 8 weeks
  • Pediatric Emergency Department – 4 weeks
  • Full Term Nursery – 4 weeks
  • Behavioral Health – 2 weeks
  • UFM Continuity Clinic – 1 half day session per week

Year Two

  • University Family Medicine Clinic – 8 weeks 
  • Adult In-Patient Medicine – 8 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service – 4 weeks
  • OB (Family Medicine Service) – 4 weeks
  • Adult  Emergency Department – 4 weeks
  • Pediatric Urgent Care – 4 weeks
  • Orthopedics – 4 weeks
  • Dermatology – 4 weeks
  • Cardiology – 2 weeks
  • Night Float – 2 weeks
  • Research – 2 weeks
  • Procedure Clinic – 2 weeks 
  • Elective (home) – 4 weeks
  • UFM Continuity Clinic – 2-3 half day sessions per week

Year Three

  • University Family Medicine Clinic – 8 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service – 8 weeks
  • Night float – 2 weeks
  • Fast Track/Urgent Care – 2 weeks
  • Gynecology – 4 weeks
  • Sports medicine – 4 weeks
  • Pediatric Inpatient – 4 weeks
  • Geriatrics – 4 weeks
  • Behavioral Health – 4 weeks 
  • Electives – 12 weeks (2 home, 1 away)
  • UFM Continuity Clinic – 4-5 half day sessions + 1 evening session per week