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  • Unopposed residency at Family Medicine-friendly community-based hospital, supporting three Family Medicine residencies.

  • Broad spectrum training for community engagement including medical assisted therapy, gender-affirming care, procedural skills, inpatient medicine, obstetrics and reproductive training.

  • Committed to resident involvement and ownership - entire curriculum reviewed and modified regularly by residents and faculty.

  • Residency-wide work-free weekend retreat each spring on the Olympic Peninsula and protected resident-only retreats in the R1, R2 and R3 years.

  • Program-wide emphasis on community involvement and leadership, with many residents, faculty and grads who are leaders in the community.

  • 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.

  • Opportunities for teaching medical students during their family medicine and sub-I rotations.

  • Family Medicine Service with adult, pediatric and OB admissions attended by family medicine faculty.

  • High quality teaching by OB and Geriatric Fellows.

  • Specialty focus on Geriatrics, including nursing home and assisted living care, hospice/palliative care and multidisciplinary geriatric training.

  • ICU care of patients incorporated into regular FMS rotation throughout all 3 years of training.

  • Procedure training, including colposcopy, circumcisions, joint injections, para/thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, 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, food, and music scene.