This residency track, at a culturally sensitive medical home, serves low-income community members and a global population of patients originally from Burma, Nepal, Congo, Somalia, Syria and more.
As a resident on the urban/Buffalo General – Jericho Road track, your continuity outpatient training takes place at Jericho Road Community Health Center. At this federally qualified health center and level 3 patient-centered medical home, you’ll see the full spectrum of health problems — including less common diagnoses — among a global population of patients across the lifespan.
Supervised by our faculty, you’ll follow a panel of families and spend an increasing amount of time here as your residency progresses. During your three years of residency, you’ll see a wide variety of pathology. This includes not only common diagnoses like diabetes, hypertension and COPD, but conditions that are more prevalent globally such as Hepatitis B, HIV and tuberculosis.
While you train at our family medicine center, we’ll provide you with as much or as little procedure time as you desire.
When the outpatients you see are admitted, you’ll care for them at Buffalo General Medical Center, a 500-bed hospital on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
Supervised by our faculty, you’ll manage your patients on multiple floors, developing a solid relationship with a variety of specialists.
We have in-house ultrasound capabilities and fetal non-stress testing to serve our prenatal patients. You’ll take care of your newborn, pediatric and prenatal inpatients at Oishei Children’s Hospital.
Your inpatient service rotation at Buffalo General accounts for 12 weeks in your PGY-1, PGY-2 and PGY-3 years.
Your rotations and elective schedules are the same as those of your peers on the suburban and urban/ECMC tracks.
Each of our residency tracks has a separate match number. You may rank each separately when you apply to our program through ERAS.
We accept four residents into the urban/Buffalo General – Jericho Road track annually.