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Family Medicine Residency Program – Pullman

Curriculum

Diverse Clinical Experiences

We train lifelong, adaptive learners who are prepared to work in any future environment. Our longitudinal curriculum effectively simulates the day-to-day experience of a full-spectrum family medicine physician, filled with variety of experiences and patient encounters.

 

Pullman Regional Health residency

Year 1

In addition to caring for patients in the residency clinic, first year residents will have the following longitudinal experiences:

  • Inpatient Adult – 12 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine – 8 weeks
  • Obstetrics/Newborn – 8 weeks
  • General Surgery – 4 weeks
  • Orthopedics & Sports Medicine – 4 weeks
  • Outpatient Pediatrics – 4 weeks
  • Cardiology – 2 weeks
  • Core Skills – 2 weeks
  • Radiology – 2 weeks
  • Scholarship – 2 weeks

 

 

Year 2

Residents in their second year will have an estimated 768 hours caring for patients in the resident clinic in addition to the following longitudinal experiences:

  • Emergency Medicine – 8 weeks
  • Inpatient Pediatrics – 8 weeks
  • Electives – 4 weeks
  • General Surgery – 4 weeks
  • Inpatient ICU – 4 weeks
  • Obstetrics/Newborn – 4 weeks
  • Outpatient Pediatrics – 4 weeks
  • Ophthalmology – 2 weeks
  • Otolaryngology – 2 weeks
  • Procedures – 2 weeks
  • Urology – 2 weeks

Year 3

Residents in their third year will spend on average five ½ days per week caring for patients in the residency clinic in addition to the following longitudinal experiences:

  • Inpatient Adult – 12 weeks
  • Electives – 8 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine – 8 weeks
  • Geriatrics – 4 weeks
  • Health Systems Management – 4 weeks
  • Orthopedics & Sports Medicine – 4 weeks
  • Women’s Health – 4 weeks
  • Procedures – 2 weeks
  • Scholarship – 2 weeks

Electives

Residents will have the option of a number of electives, including: Pathology, Neurology, Oncology, Dermatology, Wound Care, Infectious Diseases, Pain, Nephrology, GI, Podiatry, and Research.