Unopposed residency at Family Medicine-friendly community-based hospital, supporting two Family Medicine residencies and Family Medicine Grand Rounds.
Committed to resident involvement and ownership - entire curriculum reviewed and modified twice a year by residents and faculty at day-long retreats.
Residency-wide work-free weekend retreat each spring on the Olympic Peninsula and protected resident-only retreats in the R1, R2 and R3 years.
Front-loaded curriculum and family-supportive residency that is well-known for fun learning environment and residents and faculty who value humane residency training and life balance.
Opportunities to serve urban underserved patients at all three clinic sites, street youth clinic, Healthcare For The Homeless Network, flu shot clinics at homeless shelters.
Opportunities for teaching medical students during their family medicine, OB, and sub-I rotations.
Program-wide emphasis on community involvement and leadership, with many residents, faculty and grads who are leaders in the community.
Family Medicine Service with adult, pediatric and OB admissions attended by family medicine faculty.
Nightfloat call system.
Innovative outpatient and inpatient pediatrics training, plus adolescent and newborn rotations.
High quality teaching by OB and Geri Fellows
Specialty focus on Geriatrics, including nursing home and assisted living care, hospice/palliative care and multidisciplinary geriatric training.
Excellent training in OB in supportive atmosphere, ready back-up of OB Fellows.
ICU care of patients incorporated into regular FMS rotation throughout all 3 years of training.
Procedure training, including colposcopy, vasectomy, circumcisions, skin excisions, etc.
R3 research and presentations at day-long community conference, opportunities for research and publishing articles, in collaboration with faculty, throughout residency.
Location in Seattle with easy access to hiking, skiing, boating, independent film, vibrant theater and music scene.