“You’re not just filling a slot here,” says Eddo de Lang, MD, (right), director of UB’s rural 1-2 family medicine residency, shown with chief resident Roop Kiran Kaur, MBBS. “It’s a supportive environment. Everybody knows you personally and is dedicated to making sure our program reflects your needs and goals.”
A rural residency should not just train you; it should transform
you. Find a deeper sense of purpose caring for medically
underserved patients in New York State’s only rural 1-2
family medicine track.
UB’s accredited rural residency in family medicine
provides you with 8 months of urban training in a university
setting followed by relocation to Olean to complete the remaining
28 months of unopposed rural training.
Discover how the experience will transform you into not only a
highly skilled family practitioner, but a compassionate community
health care leader.