This curriculum is intended for residents who know early in their training that they want to practice in a rural setting. One block in each of the three years is spent at a rural site. Years two and three allow the resident to select a site remote from the South Bend area. Many residents use this as an opportunity to work at a site in the region of the country where they hope to practice in the future. Longitudinal experiences throughout every year are described here.
The Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program was recently granted “initial recognition” for osteopathic recognition! Osteopathic Recognition is a designation conferred by the ACGME’s Osteopathic Principles