You’ll meet our faculty and staff during orientation, learn how to use the electronic health record system and receive help starting your clinical practice.
Our orientation will acquaint you with the operation of the family medicine center and teach you how to cope with the most stressful aspects of new residency.
You’ll learn how to work with preceptors, manage your patient schedule and use reference materials. As you develop a familiarity with your ambulatory practice, you’ll go on supervised calls with an upper-level resident.
During orientation, you’ll become certified in neonatal resuscitation, advanced life support in obstetrics, pediatric life support and advanced trauma life support.
We also offer a number of social activities so you can get to know your classmates and faculty.